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Topic Title: Unreliable File System Triggers
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Created On: 07/13/2018 08:11 AM
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 Unreliable File System Triggers   - DaveWest - 07/13/2018 08:11 AM  
 Unreliable File System Triggers   - Ricardo Castaneda - 07/17/2018 03:54 PM  
 Unreliable File System Triggers   - DaveWest - 07/19/2018 11:25 AM  
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 Unreliable File System Triggers   - DaveWest - 07/20/2018 10:02 AM  
 Unreliable File System Triggers   - DaveWest - 07/23/2018 11:50 AM  
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We have file system triggers set on approx 75 folders - most of the time they trigger just fine....but a couple times a week *randomly* they'll just stop firing. A quick service restart resolves the issue, but is there something else we can do to more permanently fix this issue?

We are running AM Pro on Win 2012 R2 64-bit. All triggers are configured to use a local folder (E:\dir\subdir\subdir) and none have filters. We have a default user (specified in Options -> Default Properties) that has sufficient access to the local drive and UNC paths used in the tasks. Tasks are set to run as default user in all states (logged on, logged off, locked). The file system triggers are configured with the "No user required" setting.

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