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The task was completely disabled ? no error logs ? strange..... Are you an administrator ?
some times I can't download the files , but i can run all the tasks ....
Let me put in a much simpler explanation if I may.
All server tasks that are enabled can be run manually.
However, they do not run on the set scheduled time...
I have the same problem....is it already solved by you ?
Thanks so much for the response...
Out of curiosity, I and my collegues did double-check if it is something we missed...including the steps that was suggested in the link...
Unfortunately, I have everything in place and even tried refreshing it but to no avail...
Anyway...we cannot wait anymore (it has been three months) so we proceeded on rebuilding a new server.
Lots of post work to do but getting there slowly but surely...
I do really appreciate the response though so much :-)
I am not sure if you got my previous response....
If not, that email I sent contains the same details as I have stated above...
I am really curious to find out what caused it so that if it happens again, we (including you and all) would know how to address it.
I spoke too soon...
Now same exact issue is happening in the newly rebuilt server...
What the heck is going on...????
Got no task enabled but the update to master repository...
and one client task to deploy DAT
I still have the same issues...very strange.
When I manually start the server tasks, it seems that they run automated again for a while. But next day I see they stopped again.
Are you running your ePO Server as a VM Guest server or is it running on a physical server platform?
If a VM, is it on a MS Virtual Server or VMWare ESX? What versions?
I am just trying to see if there is any commonalities...
We are running the ePolicy Orchestrator 4.0 (version 18.104.22.1683 and Patch 2).
And yes, this server is hosted by VWware ESX 3.5 with all patches applied (version VMware ESX 3.5 Update 3 build 143128).