Task Scheduler: UpdateOrchestrator Schedule Backup Scan can not be dis

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    My laptop is waking up from a powered off state, not from SLEEP. Yesterday at 19.14 o'clock waked up again.

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    I want to ask, which from them has higher rights to make changes as System account (PsExec or NSudo) or make changes as TrustedInstaller ? Do I need to think about a clean installation or not? Do you think that clean installation or resetting Windows or pre-installation with media creation tool will fix it or not ?
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  3.    #13


    Thank you.
    Please write me, how to run this bat ?
    As administrator from any place or in cmd as Admin/System/TrustedInstaller ?
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    I guess, you need to put psexec in the same folder and then run the downloaded batch as admin.
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  5.    #15

    TairikuOkami said: View Post
    I guess, you need to put psexec in the same folder and then run the downloaded batch as admin.
    Ďakujem TI. Sme zo SR a píšeme v angličtine ?
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    mauditt mauditt said: View Post
    ...píšeme v angličtine ?
    (...do we write in English?)

    Yes, please....

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  7.    #17

    Bree said: View Post
    (...do we write in English?)

    Yes, please....

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    OK, I am sorry....
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  8.    #18

    mauditt mauditt said: View Post
    The computer turns on itself to perform a scheduled task and I won't be home for three weeks in July. I need to urgently deactivate it so I do not want it will be turned on for three weeks.
    If all else fails: If its a laptop, remove the battery and disconnect charger, if a desktop simply disconnect from mains. Simples!
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  9.    #19

    mngerhold said: View Post
    If all else fails: If its a laptop, remove the battery and disconnect charger, if a desktop simply disconnect from mains. Simples!
    Great idea, in case of an emergency. Before I will try this, I will go back to the 1809 version, what happens.

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    mauditt mauditt said: View Post
    Great idea, in case of an emergency. Before I will try this, I will go back to the 1809 version, what happens.
    It did not helped to return to 1809 with windows update. I will make inovation 1809 with media creation tool now...

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    TairikuOkami said: View Post
    I guess, you need to put psexec in the same folder and then run the downloaded batch as admin.
    Today my tablet was awaked at the same time 19.14 o'clock as yesterday. I made this exactly as you wrote + have disabled "Enabling Windows Update power management to automatically wake up the system to install scheduled updates" in gpedit.msc (in my tablet ASUS X540LJ with Windows 10 PRO version 1809 - returned from 1903, build 17763.592). I expect what happens tomorrow.

    I am still thinking if I should change now - today the permissions of ...\UpdateOrchestrator\Backup Scan from owner to administrator and set each principle to just READ. Hmm ?
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    Nothing helped again, my tablet was waked up again. Main tasks (...Backup Scan)....were in Task scheduler disabled with system rights. SYSTEM had rights only to read.....

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  10.    #20

    Since all of the hints so far have been unnecessary, have not worked as a solution at all, only three major possible solutions have been left to me. First, it worked: Golden Acronis and its advance to 05/2019. The problem was solved immediately and not repeated even after a few days off. By the way, just to add: BackUp Scan is still in the Ready state and on the Conditions tab "wake up" is on, followed by cmd after the powercfg -devicequery wake_armed command, both HID Keyboard Device and HID -compliant mouse are still active.
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