Scheduled tasks result 0x02
You have confirmed that you can execute the. bat or. cmd file in a command window. When you attempt to execute the file via Task Scheduler, however, it does not work. While Task Scheduler does fire the task, it fails with a Last Run Result of (0x2) , which means access denied .Jan 26, 2017 Windows Server Task Scheduler gives 0x1 as Last Run Result. The task scheduler still appears to run all the batch commands, because the backup directory is always updated. However, the FTP is failing. I turned on logging from the WinSCP client (and script) to try and capture the problem, but I only get a log file when running scheduled tasks result 0x02
A Macrium Reflect scheduled backup uses the standard Windows Task Scheduler to schedule backups and disk images. If Macrium Reflect is unable to run then a resultreturn code is passed to the the task scheduler to indicate the failure cause. The possible return codes for Macrium Reflect are: 0x00 The backup was successful
Scheduled Task result code. When I run a scheduled task, there is a last results column for each job. Where can I find what the last result means? I've been getting 0x0, 0x2, 0x3 in the last results column and wondering what the others mean. Any help will be apprecipated. Thanks. Status Solved Priority Medium Security Jun 01, 2018 When I am running it manually from the task scheduler I can actually see that the script is running but it ends with the (0x2). When I am running it outside the task scheduler straight from the folder it runs without a problem so i speculate that there's something broken with the actual task and I bet that it's something with the action.scheduled tasks result 0x02 May 14, 2019 Scheduled Task returns 0x2. The action that the task is supposed to execute is a. bat file that calls a Perl script. The Perl script writes one each of the following file types, . txt, . csv, and. xml. Execution of the. bat file from the command line works perfectly well; however, once it is put into a Windows 7 scheduled task, it returns 0x2.