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            Accudemia: How do I setup an import job or export job in Accudemia Data eXchange (ADX) to run whether the user is logged in or not?

            The first steps are the same as when you setup any scheduled import or export in Accudemia Date eXchange:

            To setup a scheduled import/export, once you have created an Import/Export Job in ADX, select the Import/Export Job you want to schedule and click on View Details… link.

            Under the Schedule section click the Enable link, as shown in the screenshot below. There you will see all the options that are available in your normal view when setting up a Scheduled Task in the Windows Task Scheduler.

            As you can see there's a powerful set of options to choose when the information is imported or exported.

            Warning!  This setting can be configured later as explained below but not in ADX itself as the application does not have the permission to approve the security prompt that you would receive.

            Once you have clicked on OK, you will see the summary details on the job details tab.

            Now that we've covered the basics here is how you then edit the scheduled task of the ADX import job or export job to "Run Whether or Not the User is Logged In"in Windows Task Scheduler:

            First click on the Start Menu (Windows 7) or Cortana (Windows 10) icon in the lower-left corner of your Windows OS.  Now type in the Search field "Task Scheduler" and click the Task Scheduler Desktop App.

            Once you have this open click on the Task Scheduler Library in the column on the left of the application.

            You should now see a list of Scheduled Tasks and you'll want to double-click on the one that starts with "Accudemia Data Exchange..." in the list that matches the scheduled time you wanted it to run. Note: You may have to look back at ADX to match this up correctly.

            Now that the ADX Scheduled Task properties are open you should be on the first tab labelled "General" and if you look at the bottom of this section you'll want to click on the radio-button that states "Run whether the user is logged on or not."

            Finally, click OK and it should prompt you to store the user's password in the Windows OS like shown below.

            Updated: 28 Aug 2019 01:05 AM
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