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Vous parlez Français ?? (Tiny country in Europe)

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Lapinou
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Vous parlez Français ?? (Tiny country in Europe)

Post by Lapinou » Sun Dec 01, 2019 1:50 pm

Bonjour
Chaque fois que je veux modifier quelque chose on me demande mon mot de passe Windows sur MON ordinateur
Peux on désactiver cette fonction inutile et embarrassant (boring) /
Merci
WHY BUY PRO IF YOU NOT PARLER FRANCAIS ?

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Re: Vous parlez Français ?? (Tiny country in Europe)

Post by Swapna » Mon Dec 02, 2019 5:48 am

Hi,

Are you prompted to enter the password when creating or editing a schedule task?

If yes, please note that the prompt is coming from Windows Task Scheduler, not SyncBack. Note we do not have a scheduler in SyncBack. We rely on Windows Task Scheduler(WTS) to trigger our program on the scheduled date/time to run the tasks. When you create a Schedule within a profile, we are only providing a drill-down into the Windows Task Scheduler interface through our program settings interface to facilitate SyncBack users in the creation and configuration of a Scheduled Task.

Therefore, when you create a schedule task in SyncBack, the Task scheduler of your Windows is requesting for the user’s Windows password. ​You need to enter the correct Windows login password to create/edit the schedule task.

Thank you.

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