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I run about 50 tasks through the task scheduler every morning on a dedicated machine. We were recently migrated to an Active Directory and now, I have intermittent problems with the tasks running especially if they take down our Outlook email for maintanance. Sometimes all the tasks will run; sometimes none will run; sometimes half will run and the other half won't. When I run them manually, I get a message that the ''Service has been stopped, do I want to restart.'' Why would the service be stopped when I didn't stop it. Before we were on this Active Directory, the tasks ran without fail.
I have also tried creating a local PC profile to run the tasks from, but the tasks will only run on my AD profile.
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