Issues running inside bat from task scheduler

I have tried to create a bat that would launch the UIPath flow, but I can’t get it to work from task scheduler

version 1

start "" /min "C:\Program Files (x86)\UiPath\Studio\UiRobot.exe" /file:"D:\ProgramData\UIPath\test\Main.xaml"
echo %DATE%_%TIME% >> D:\temp\test2.txt

version 2

"C:\Program Files (x86)\UiPath\Studio\UiRobot.exe" -f "D:\ProgramData\UIPath\test\Main.xaml"
echo %DATE%_%TIME% >> D:\temp\test2.txt

Both versions run correctly when I double click the bat file, but when I have it as a scheduled task, the flow is not executed, but test2.txt file is modified, so the issue is only on UIPath…


Hi @c.ciprian

Weird, I’ve just tested it and it works. I left the Start in (optional) field blank though. The other difference was that I run it from community edition, therefore from my user folder and not program files folder.

Which of the versions do you use to launch it from the bat? Both work for me on double click, but not as scheduled task :frowning:

I’m using the latest Community Edition 2019.1
Have you tried leaving the Start in field blank?