Using ACT 2008 Premium, I use the ACT scheduler to perform a nightly backup of my ACT database. After I've rebooted, most of the time the Scheduler, in the System Tray, appears with an "X" and I need to launch the Scheduler and restart the service. Is this normal behavior? Should the reboot disable the Scheduler like that?
Most likely, I'm guessing that Windows hasn't started the USB device driver and loaded the drive before it starts the Scheduler service, and the Scheduler services sees the drive as not being available and stops