All of our websites that are properly locked down so that the IIS app pool has limited permissions. This means that the Dynamicweb check to create or confirm the Windows scheduled task fails. This results in in an error message that says: "Windows scheduled task is not found". However, it's not really a problem and the error is benign in most cases.
Because we lock down our web servers, it's not possible for the website to have enough permissions to check the Windows scheduled task. We're fine with that, and we run impersonation when doing the initial setup.
However, the warning message is distracting for people. Personally, I've become blinded to it, but our customers often ask if that's a problem. I tell them to ignore it. But, it would be nice to be able to have that type of message not even show.
Would it be possible to have a global setting to let us turn off this message? (and there is a second similar message that occurs at other times, possibly when a new task is created).
We don’t want to ever show a message about the Windows scheduled task. We do want to show all other messages though.