Troubleshooting Scheduled Tasks
If a scheduled task does not run when you expect it to, right-click the task, and then click Properties. On the Task tab, verify that the Enabled check box is selected. On the Schedule tab, verify that the schedule is set correctly.
If a task program does not run correctly, you might need to add command-line options to the path of the program. For more information about a particular program and its command-line options, try one of the following:
You can also check the Status column in the Scheduled Tasks window. The following table describes the status types.
For more information about the status of a scheduled task, you can check the SchedLgU.txt log file. This log file for Scheduled Tasks is stored in the Windows folder, where it is used to record the activity of scheduled tasks. You can use the log file to determine why a task might have stopped, or to check on the status of a task.