Video · Automated Tasks must run in different contexts depending on your business needs. By default, the Tasks are executed under the currently logged on user, and if there is no one—the SYSTEM account is used.

When a Task needs to access some network resources, for instance, a network share, NAS folder, or mapped drive, the context where the Task is executed is very important. Moreover, the SYSTEM account doesn't have access to network shares.

In this video we are demonstrating how to run a Task under a particular user account, and how to configure Automation Workshop with a predefined user account that is used to start automated Tasks.

The intuitive interface with Task creation and configuration Wizards will lead you through the Task design process without requiring scripting skills or preliminary training. It is easy to automate anything and anywhere with this no-code automation platform.



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Advanced job scheduler—Automation Workshop works flawlessly on all modern 32-bit and 64-bit Microsoft Windows versions: Windows 8 & 8.1 · Windows 10 · Windows 11 · Server 2012 & 2012 R2 · Server 2016 · Server 2019 · Server 2022