In a multi-user environment, does the user who creates a TI task have to be the user under whose ID the task runs? The fact that there is an entry box for "username" suggests that you can use any user name, as long as you use the form Computername\username, but it isn't clear if it actually will work if set up to run under a username different from the one who is actually creating the task. More importantly, is it sufficient that the computer be on (that is, active and not in standby or hibernate) at the scheduled task start time, or does the user under whose ID the task is scheduled to operate have to be logged on? That is, if I have user A and user B, and schedule a task to run under user A's ID and password, but user B is logged on at the scheduled start time, will the task run? What will happen if no user is logged on (i.e., the system is at the Windows "Welcome" screen)?