When utilizing the application scheduler on some Non-English versions of Windows, commands that output non-ascii characters (e.g. Umlaut in German) may cause the following issues:
Problems with character translations usually occur when the main code page of Windows detected by the agent differs from the code page set in the registry under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Nls\CodePage\OEMCP.
To determine whether there is a code page mismatch, follow these steps:
If the output from chcp doesn't match the code page reported in event 1014, then this may cause issue with the application scheduler and some validation scripts.
To resolve this issue follow these steps:
After restarting, open the command prompt again and execute chcp, the reported code page should now match the value shown in EventSentry's event 1014.