at 14:02 /interactive cmd.exeHowever, in Safe Mode, it returns:
This service cannot be started in Safe ModeMicrosoft points out that:
"The Task Scheduler service cannot be used while the computer is running in safe mode."Creating a custom service with this neat hack from Adi Oltean also returns
This service cannot be started in Safe ModeHowever, combining the hack with these instructions from Don Jones to add a service to the "safe" list did the trick. Here are the combined steps (which assume you are booted into Safe Mode):
In retrospect, it may very well have been possible simply to add Task Scheduler to the list of safe services, but I wanted to share both of these hacks.
UPDATE: Run any app under the NT Authority\Local System account with ETS (Elevate To System).
/windows | Dec 14, 2008
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