In the Windows Task Scheduler, the interface allows me to use a specific user to run the task (
General > Security options). Under the Run whether user is logged on or not option, the interface has a checkbox with the text: Do not store password. The task will only have access to local computer resources.
I have been searching for the meaning of "local computer resources", but every site seems to assume the definition. I have an idea about what it means, but my experience with the Task Scheduler leads me to believe that "local computer resources" indicates fewer resources that I thought it did.
Which privileges do I have with the Do not store password option?