Task Scheduler Service Quotas

Updated: December 6, 2007

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

The Task Scheduler service manages a queue of tasks that are scheduled to run. A task is put in the queue when the service determines the task should run. The Task Scheduler task queue has a quota that defines the number of tasks allowed in the queue. The quota is defined in a registry key value.

Events

Event ID Source Message

131

Microsoft-Windows-TaskScheduler

Task Scheduler failed to start task "%1" because the number of tasks in the task queue exceeds the quota currently configured to %2%. Reduce the number of running tasks or increase the configured queue quota.

132

Microsoft-Windows-TaskScheduler

The Task Scheduler task launching queue quota is approaching its preset limit of tasks currently configured to %1%. Reduce the number of running tasks or increase the queue quota.

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