1. ManiacalMartini's Avatar
    When trying to remotely access Task Scheduler on a PC that's been updated to 1703, the Task Scheduler Library is blank. Can't schedule anything either. If I pull it up locally on that machine, it works fine. The Task Status and Active Tasks boxes say "Task summaries can only be viewed on computers running Windows Vista or later." This is happening with all the Windows 10 boxes I've updated to 1703 so far. capture.png
    06-09-2017 01:44 PM
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    Figured it out. For some reason Remote Scheduled Tasks Management was turned off in the Windows Firewall on every single 1703 upgraded PC we did. Re-enabled it and now it works right. Here's the command line for it to make it easier:

    netsh advfirewall firewall set rule group="Remote Scheduled Tasks Management" new enable=yes
    08-17-2017 01:40 PM

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