Home > How to, Install, Task Scheduler, Windows Server, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2 > The easy guide to creating a scheduled task running as system
  1. March 21, 2014 at 22:29

    or just use schtasks.exe… or type system into the select user box.

  2. Snoozeeq
    September 7, 2017 at 14:23

    Thanks for that! Works like a dream. Myself and a colleague had been scratching our heads trying to get a simple task to run under any of the local accounts; scripts run fine on their own but gave 0x1 error code when trying to run as a scheduled task using network or local service a/c. The Export/Import trick has workd for us. Super, thanks 🙂

  3. tstrus912
    March 17, 2018 at 15:45

    Great post, buddy. I didn’t clone it, but I did make one in a default tasks folder (defrag) and it showed up and ran under a regular user account! That does NOT happen if you make a task to run as system under the default task area. Somehow, those folders are special. Also figured out by doing this that some tasks running as system don’t work right. No idea why. They run fine as local admin. Others work just fine. Test, test, test, of course. Learned something valuable, so thanks.

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