So I'm launching the task editor dialog and playing with various scenarios - for the most part everything seems to be working as it should, however there's one critical piece that's causing me heartache.
Most of the time folks running my app will be fine with just letting it run when logged in - however a few folks will be runngin it on Windows 2003 or 2008 and they always log off the desktop when leaving - as such I'll need the option to have them select
and account/pw option.
Ideally I'd like to launch the task editor dialog with the "Run only when user is logged on" for the 80/20 rule and let folks fiddle with the schedule and such all they want. However I'd like it if the users could choose to click the "Run
wheter user is logged on or not" radio button and provide a login name/pw as you can when you launch the dialog directly from the windows scheduler. However when I do this I get a "NoImplementedExcpetion" thrown and the option is not saved
(and the login name/pw dialog does not appear).
Presumably the error condition means what it says and the wrapper simply didn't support that option for ShowDialog - but thought I'd check just to be sure if there's a tricky "override" option or the like to allow such an operation or not...