I have windows 10 home, and I'm logged in as my user, which has administrator privilege. I go in the "Task Scheduler", under
"Task Scheduler Library > Microsoft > Windows > UpdateOrchestrator", there's a task named "Reboot". I right-click for the properties, go on "Conditions" and disable
"Wake the computer to run this task". When I click on "OK" to save the modification, it asks me for a user+password. (The window says
"Enter user account information for running this task").
The "User name" field already comes by default with the value "S-1-5-18" which apparently is one of the internal users of windows. I tried using my password to no success. I changed the user to my user and try my password, also no success. I enabled the "Administrator" user and tried the same with that user, also no success.
The message that it gives me is:
"An error has occurred for task Reboot. Error message: The following error was reported: 2147943004". I don't know a correct user/password to change the setting, and I don't know how to take ownership or change permissions so that it won't ask for a user/password.
I'm really upset that there's some setting that I can't modify in my own computer, so I want to know why, and how to get the proper permissions. I seem to have the same problem as this guy, but he never got an answer on how to change this setting. He managed to disable it, I did it too, but still I want to know what I was supposed to do to change the setting, regardless of disabling the task. Also, he's in win10pro and I'm in win10home, so I don't have access to