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AD LDS synchronization and windows task scheduler


Hi,

I need to schedule the synchronization for AL LDS server with AD.
I created a new task to be executed every hour through the windows
scheduler utility, but when I run it, this is what I got from the log
file:

"Missing configuration file.
Error occured -- synchronization abnormally terminated"

I tried doing it from the command line, entering the command
"SyncAdam.cmd > SyncAdam.log", and it executed successfully. Then, I
tried executing the same command outside the directory in which
SyncAdam.cmd is located, and the log file finally gave me the above
mentioned error.

I searched online, but couldn't find a way to tell SyncAdam.cmd where
the configuration file is located in the command line. Does anyone know
what's the command option to specify it?

Thanks.


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Re: AD LDS synchronization and windows task scheduler


Sorry,

I solved it just typing the path in which the command is located in the
"start in" option of the windows task scheduler action.


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