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    I have a scheduled task that runs a BAT file every day. The BAT file uses Xcopy to copy files to a UNC path and then it sends an email notification using Blat (its a lightweight command line email program).

    When I run the bat file, it all works as expected.

    When I run the scheduled task manually (or scheduled it to run whilst I am logged in to the terminal services session) it runs fine.

    However, if I schedule it to run after I close the terminal services session, it fails. It fails with the following message:

    The operator or administrator has refused the request.[/CODE]

    I have tried running it as administrator and also as the system account, and I have also ticked the box that says “Run with the highest possible privilages”.

    Any ideas anyone?[CODE]The operator or administrator has refused the request.[/CODE]

    I have tried running it as administrator and also as the system account, and I have also ticked the box that says “Run with the highest possible privilages”.

    Any ideas anyone?

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