Failed to Start Task Scheduler Service
Failed to Start the Task Scheduler Service
When I click the publish button I get an error message Failed to Start Task Scheduler Service. It says I don’t have Administrator privileges but I am an Administrator on this computer.
Newer versions of Windows have stricter security measures whereby local Administrators may not have high enough permissions to allow the Task Scheduler Service to run. If you right click on the OrgPublisher icon and select Run As Administrator this will elevate permissions to a level that will allow the Task Scheduler Service to start.
You can also set the OrgPublisher to run as Administrator every time you open it. Right click the OrgPublisher icon as above. Select Properties. Under the Shortcut tab click the Advanced button then select the Run As Administrator option. Now each time you open the OrgPublisher icon it will run with the elevated permissions.