Oracle ODBC Windows Server 2003 scheduling issue

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Instantclient
ODBC Oracle Access
Oracle
Windows Server 2003
One of my new servers running Instantclient 10.2 fails when trying to run a query through the Windows scheduler. Running the same query from the console works fine. It's apparently a permissions problem with the instant client and the Windows local machine system account, but the same process works well on another server with the same software config. Anyone see this problem before? Thanks in advance

Software/Hardware used:
Windows Server 2003, Oracle InstantClient 10.2, MS Access, Windows Scheduler.

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