Updating windows time
so it would run daily, repeating every 10 minutes for 24 hours and then repeating the process.Might also need to set the "Stop task if it runs longer than" option under "Settings" for the task.
I think you want to set the task to run once every 10 minutes for 24 hours as you are triggering it to repeat once daily.My fix was to update the Start date to the current day, and that for some reason resolved it.Detailed info: Previous start date was Jan 3 which was when I created the task and manually ran it.The trigger says "At PM every day - After triggered, repeat every 10 minutes indefinitively." Looking at the Next Run Time, it says 6/18/2012 PM.However, when I let that time pass, the Next Run Time just changes to PM but the task has not started and the Last Run Time is unchanged from yesterday.Might be skipping the scheduled task because task scheduler thinks the task is still running when it is not... I was pulling my hair out over this, but then found if you disable the Windows Live \ SOXE task everything comes back to life I had similar issue.
The task scheduler stopped working due to some reason at remote location.
I keep refreshing the view and the Next Run Time just updates to 10 minutes later but nothing happened (Last Run Time and Last Run Result are not updated). I had already manually ran the scheduled task, but I created the scheduled task for the intent of using it daily...
I had several TB to copy over to a backup server so I could not schedule the task just yet.
SSD drives absolutely beat HDDs when ti comes to booting speed, as some SSDs (in the combination with right hardware) are able to start your computer in a couple of seconds.
And since we know how SSDs are fast, if booting your computer takes a little bit more time, you should know that something’s not right, and it needs to be solved.
The only last thing is I have to go to the server location, then change the start date from old date to current date and also change the time ahead to current time, after this change only it start working.