windows 10 – Eventvwr.msc will not run as a startup task

I created a basic task to startup eventviewer when I log on (because the pc is new and I am troubleshooting)
I tried these actions:
C:WindowsSystem32eventvwr.exe
or
C:WindowsSystem32eventvwr.msc

Nothing happens when I right click on the task and select run – (to test it)

But pasting either of those into the search bar at the bottom or a cmd window indeed starts event viewer.
I did click the checkbox in the settings of the task to ‘Allow task to be run on demand’.

And btw, what’s the difference between the msc and the exe? Why are there both?

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powershell – Scheduled Task keeps running with Event Viewer ‘audit failure’ SeTcbPrivilege error

On Windows Server 2012, I’m trying to create a Scheduled Task, that runs as a Domain user, that copies a file from a different server to the local server, then deletes the file locally if the date modified is older than 30 minutes.

The powershell script I have works when I run it as my own admin account with Powershell and finishes without error.

I created the Scheduled Task and it too runs and the file is copied, and deleted if older than 30 minutes, but the task keeps running and never finishes.

The Event Log gives an Audit Failure error mentioning “SeTcbPrivilege”.

The Domain user has permission to run batch scripts.

Powershell execution policy is Unrestricted.

I’ve tried configuring the Task with different arguments, including:

-ExecutionPolicy Bypass -file "C:scriptsscript01.ps1"

The task is set to store the password, run if not logged on, with highest privileges.

What else could I be missing?

I suppose the process could be finishing but the Task Scheduler GUI just isn’t updating but in that case I’m concerned with the Audit Failure error.

I don’t think the powershell script matters but this is the gist of it:

Copy-Item -Path \server.example.comdirectoryfile.txt -Destination D:directoryfile.txt
Get-ChildItem -path D:directory | where {$_.Lastwritetime -lt (date).addminutes(-30)} | remove-item

terraform – AWS ECS task definition workflow

I’ve setup one of my services to be deployed to ECS (EC2). I have the service and task definition configured via terraform and then to deploy I’m using Github actions where it seems I need to define the task definition again.

It seems both are required, what would be the correct workflow so I can remove the duplicate task definition?

There’s also the problem of once this task definition has been deployed via Github actions, the image has been updated which terraform wants to revert.

linux – How to automate a task on a server and upload output to an FTP server?

I have a process that works in the following way:

downloading data from the internet.
executing a program -> creating output A.
output A -> executing a program -> creating output B
output B -> executing another program -> creating output C
output C -> executing yet another program -> creating output D

All this is automated via a bash script. I know how to use crontab to automate execution.

I now want to have it running every 6 hours and upload output D to an FTP server, accessible via the internet. I do not need a nice-looking HTML website, just an FTP. I already have a domain.

My questions are: What is the least costly way to do this? I basically need to rent a CPU 24/7. How do I bring output D to the FTP server? Does the FTP server have to run on the same CPU or on a second one?

As You see I do not know a lot about web stuff. I know a bit about Amazon EC2.

Cheers

Max

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