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running under scheduled task #30

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mcconnellt150 opened this Issue Feb 25, 2019 · 3 comments

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mcconnellt150 commented Feb 25, 2019

Hi All,

when I try to run this as a scheduled task I get errors like the below, is there anyway I can correct this?

Info SCM Backup 1.2.0.870cd29
Info http://scm-backup.org/
Error Could not find file 'C:\Windows\system32\NLog.config'.
Error Backup failed!
Error The application will close in 5 seconds!

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christianspecht commented Feb 26, 2019

NLog.config is the configuration file for SCM Backup's logger, which should be in SCM Backup's main directory. This should be the case when you unzipped the download as-is.

I just tried to run SCM Backup via scheduled task on my machine (Windows 8.1).
When I just enter the path to the batch file in the "Edit Action" screen, I get errors as well (different message, just one line, disappears so quickly that I can't read it).

To get it to work, I had to fill "Start in (optional)" as well:
Edit Action

Does that work for you?

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mcconnellt150 commented Feb 28, 2019

This works perfectly, thanks for your help

christianspecht added a commit to christianspecht/scm-backup-docs that referenced this issue Feb 28, 2019

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christianspecht commented Feb 28, 2019

Good to hear!

Anyway, I added this information to the docs. Maybe it helps others too.

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