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I don't understand. Ctrl+Alt+M gives me the summary log for the last completed backup. Right Click on the notification icon - "Show" already has a green tick against it and just shows the User Interface (or Dashboard as I might have called it).
By "Interact with the user" I mean "Guide the user through preparations that they may need to undertake prior to the actual Backup; Seek their cooperation to undertake a Backup now, or give them the option to defer it till later etc. After the backup is complete, find out if the user is still there and what they wish to do next etc. Task Scheduler does provide options to prevent tasks if a laptop is on Battery Power, or a computer doesn't have a particular network connection for example On the other hand the User may be in a position to rectify those issues to allow a backup to proceed as scheduled or be able to nominate a more appropriate time. There is more to it than that, but that is what I mean by User Interaction. I would like to improve the number of successful Backups.
I expect to do that with a Script that is scheduled in the usual manner, but which undertakes certain user interaction tasks prior to the call to Reflect.exe, and continues after Reflect.exe returns. To the best of my knowledge such interaction can't occur from a script scheduled by SYSTEM as is generated by the Wizard, but it can occur from a script scheduled using user credentials. Hence my desire to have the SYSTEM task/script schedule a user task/script to do what I desire.
I have a workaround for the -g issue, so I am not losing any sleep over it. I am just letting you know that there is an unexpected consequence of using the -g switch.