AT Service Account - File System Rigts

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AT Service Account - File System Rigts

Postby T0o » Fri, 06 May 2005 06:41:02 GMT

I have an issue where  a job manually scheduled through the AT command, by an 
account  that's a member of the local Administrator group ,but not the AT 
Service account, could copy files to a directory on a local drive.  The job 
in question normally runs daily using the AT Service account without any 
hitches.  It just so happens that once a month I need to manually schedule 
it.  I was of the understanding that any job scheduled in the scheduler using 
the AT command runs under the account that is specified as the AT Service 
account, an account that work's been working for us without any problems.  In 
fact I had resubmit the job using that account for it to be able to mv the 
files to the specified directory.  

Can anyone shed some light on this for me.  

thanks,
-- 
OJ

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1.Correction AT Service Account - File System Rigts

I mistyped.  I meant to say "could NOT copy"  files.  

> I have an issue where  a job manually scheduled through the AT command, by an 
> account  that's a member of the local Administrator group ,but not the AT 
> Service account, could not copy files to a directory on a local drive.  The job 
> in question normally runs daily using the AT Service account without any 
> hitches.  It just so happens that once a month I need to manually schedule 
> it.  I was of the understanding that any job scheduled in the scheduler using 
> the AT command runs under the account that is specified as the AT Service 
> account, an account that work's been working for us without any problems.  In 
> fact I had resubmit the job using that account for it to be able to mv the 
> files to the specified directory.  

-- 
OJ


"OJ" wrote:

> I have an issue where  a job manually scheduled through the AT command, by an 
> account  that's a member of the local Administrator group ,but not the AT 
> Service account, could not copy files to a directory on a local drive.  The job 
> in question normally runs daily using the AT Service account without any 
> hitches.  It just so happens that once a month I need to manually schedule 
> it.  I was of the understanding that any job scheduled in the scheduler using 
> the AT command runs under the account that is specified as the AT Service 
> account, an account that work's been working for us without any problems.  In 
> fact I had resubmit the job using that account for it to be able to mv the 
> files to the specified directory.  
> 
> Can anyone shed some light on this for me.  
> 
> thanks,
> -- 
> OJ

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