General Task Registration

Updated: August 5, 2011

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

To create a task, register the task with the Task Scheduler service. When a task is created, it is stored in a task folder. You can change the access control list (ACL) for a task or task folder to allow or deny certain users and groups access to a task or a task folder.

Events

Event ID Source Message

106

Microsoft-Windows-TaskScheduler

The user "%2" registered the Task Scheduler task "%1".

113

Microsoft-Windows-TaskScheduler

The Task Scheduler registered the task "%1", but not all the specified triggers will start the task. Ensure all the task triggers are valid. The error code is: %2.

115

Microsoft-Windows-TaskScheduler

Task Scheduler failed to roll back a transaction when updating or deleting a task. Additional Data: Error Value: %1.

116

Microsoft-Windows-TaskScheduler

Task Scheduler saved the configuration for task "%1", but the credentials used to run the task could not be stored. Ensure the credentials are valid and re-register the task. The error code is: %2.

140

Microsoft-Windows-TaskScheduler

User "%2" updated Task Scheduler task "%1"

141

Microsoft-Windows-TaskScheduler

User "%2" deleted Task Scheduler task "%1"

406

Microsoft-Windows-TaskScheduler

The Task Scheduler service failed to initialize the credentials store. The error value is: %1.

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