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When you run batch files through the Windows NT scheduler service, the following symptoms occur:
- Missing system and user environment variables.
- CALL statements not returning properly.
- Testing of ERRORLEVELS not working as expected.
- Other batch file statements not working as expected.
These problems do not occur if you manually run the batch files.
To correct this problem in Windows NT 3.5x, use the following syntax to run the batch files:
AT <time> /interactive "cmd.exe /c <path and batch file name>"
To correct this problem in Windows NT 4.0, use the following syntax to run the batch files:
AT <time> /interactive cmd.exe /c "<path and batch file name>"
Article ID: 142432 - Last Review: February 28, 2014 - Revision: 2.1