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Message Posted: Mon, 07 Jan 2002 @ 16:04:15 GMT
Use Teradata Manager 4.1.1 AutoStart service or the vanilla MicroSoft Scheduler (MS DOS 'AT' command) under DOS or WIndows. From NT WS 4.0 Help Panel "Schedule Service" The Schedule service must be started to use the at command. Scheduled commands may require other services be running for the command to successfully run.
The Schedule service is initially configured to run in the System account on the local computer. When the Schedule service runs using this account, there are no restrictions on the jobs that can be executed by Schedule service. However, these jobs will have limited network access, because the System account on a local computer is not recognized by other computers.
To overcome network access limitations, you can configure the Schedule service to run in a user's account. Then, jobs executed by the Schedule service will be governed by network access of the user's account. However, since in this case Schedule service is not using the local System account, only jobs that do not require presence of a window can be run successfully.
To configure the Schedule service to run in a user's account, use User Manager to give this user's account the "Log on as a service" right on a local computer, then in the Control Panel Services option, configure the Schedule service to startup using this user's account.
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