Thanks for the reply.Space wrote: ↑Sun Mar 03, 2019 4:40 pmDid you try to delete the task by following the procedure I gave in my post (i.e.: Not using the GUI, but instead deleting the corresponding file)? It's possible that that file has permissions that need to be changed in order to delete it.Mugsy wrote: ↑Sun Mar 03, 2019 11:55 am...
I checked the entry in my Task Scheduler entry for "Media Center". It does not say anything is corrupt, but instead says the last time it ran (after being set 5 minutes before a scheduled recording in 2015) was "Never". And despite running TS as Admin, when I try to delete the entry, it says I "don't have permission" (the most annoying Windows error message ever.)
Send it to the recycle bin in case you need to restore it.
Even after you delete it, I'm not sure if WMC will be able to recreate it, because I am not sure what the problem with your system security settings are. Was/is this computer part of a domain? Because I read that you may have this type of problem if you are use a local Administrator account but your PC is controlled by a domain admin account.
I wasn't able to delete the entry. From the GUI is says I don't have permission. From an elevated DOS prompt, it says "Access denied."
Trying to change the Permissions, everything is grayed out:
This is my home PC and not part of any domain (never was).