Event ID 105 — Task Scheduler Service Status
Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2
The Task Scheduler service enables you to perform automated tasks on a local or remote computer. With this service, you can schedule any program to run at any time or when a specific event occurs.
The Task Scheduler service is automatically started by Service Control Manager (SCM). The Task Scheduler service cannot be stopped or disabled by administrators using the Services Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in user interface, unless special permissions are added to the administrator token. The Task Scheduler service uses the Component Object Model (COM) service, the Windows Event Log service, and the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) service; all of these services must be started for the Task Scheduler service to run correctly.
|Product:||Windows Operating System|
|Message:||Task Scheduler failed to impersonate "%1". The error value is: %2.|
Retry the Task Scheduler operation
Some problems with the Task Scheduler serice can be transient and may be due to a faulty network connection (if you are working with tasks on remote computers).
Try performing the Task Scheduler operation again.
Verify that the Task Scheduler service is running, by opening the Services MMC snap-in, finding the Task Scheduler service, and then verifying that the state is set to Automatic.
To verify that the Task Scheduler state is set to Automatic:
1. Click Start and type Services in the Start Search box.
2. Select the Services program to start the Services console.
3. Verify that the Task Scheduler service Startup Type is not Disabled.