Task Scheduler in Server 2003 not working

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Backup
NTBackup
Windows Server 2003
Windows Server backup
I am trying to get NTBackup in MS Server 2003 to schedule a daily backup however it does not start. After looking for solutions, it appears to be a problem with Task Scheduler. I have looked at the various fixes including deleting the S-1-5-18 folder in Crypto/RSA.

Before deleting this folder I was getting a 0x80090016:Keyset does not exist error. Now since deleting it I get 0x8007005: Access is denied. All permissions are set right as far as I can see.

I am logged in as admin and NTBackup works fine if you start immediately.



Software/Hardware used:
MS Server 2003

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  • saturno
    Hello, The user you are able to run immediately is the same you're are configuring in that specific task, when running scheduled?
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