By default, when the Jet Reports Scheduler creates tasks in the Windows Task Scheduler, the task is created for autopilot.exe using C:\Program Files\JetReports [or C:\Program Files (x86) \JetReports on 64-bit systems] . If Jet is not installed on the C drive, this will cause issues with your scheduled reports. To resolve your issue, you will need to redirect the scheduled task to the appropriate drive. To resolve the issue:
Schedule a task with the Jet Scheduler; it will create a Windows task
Using the Windows Task Scheduler (typically in Control Panel | Administrative Tools), navigate to the Task Scheduler Library and right-click on the task in question
On the "Actions" tab there is an "Action" called "Start a program" which should look something like this:"C:\Program Files\JetReports\AutoPilot.exe" /M Update /I "C:\test\test_reports\Book1.xlsx" /O "C:\test\test_reports\Output"
- Change the first argument of the command line from "C:\Program Files\JetReports\AutoPilot.exe" to "D:\program files\Jetreports\autopilot.exe"