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This looked like a Windows error to me so I did a quick Google search and came up with the following link. It's a Dell site but it is in response to the same error code after trying to add a task in Windows Task Scheduler, so I think it might be relevant. Give it a try and see?
Adding the task in Task Scheduler returned an error. "Error Code: 0x80070520. A specified logon s
The "Schedule Configuraion Check" might show error: "Cannot access windows scheduler task".
Adding the task in Task Scheduler returned an error.Error Code: 0x80070520.A specified logon session does not exist. It may already have been terminated.
Or, "An error occurred while scheduling the favorite. The scheduled task could not be created. Error code: -2147023584"
Open Local Security Policy, by going to Start | Settings | Control Panel | Administrative Tools | Local Security Policy.
Navigate to Local Policy's | Security Options | Network Access: Do not allow storage of credentials or .NET Passports for network authentication
You must disable this option.
Thank you for your reply. I have navigated to that option on the link in the Local Security Policy. I am not able to disable it, as our corporate AD policy forces compliance due to security concerns. What other options do I have to schedule a daily report on the LEM Reports Console? I don't want to have to manually run it every day.
Well I'm new to this myself, but at my organization they set up a dedicated workstation (virtual machine) for running Reports that doesn't inherit the normal AD user policies. It's in a special OU container for servers and special systems with different policies. That seems to work - we just RDP to the system when we need to make a change to the reports. Security to the system is maintained through RDP access control and other security systems.
That may not be an ideal solution or even a possible solution but I'll throw it out there.