Did you try using cmd.exe /c in as part of the command line?
cmd.exe /c \\server\uem\GetUserFTA.exe > C:\Users\testuser\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\UserFTA.config
Error 2 means 'The system cannot find the file specified'.
So please check the path to the executable and the .config file, because there is probably an error there.
You could leverage the variable %UEMConfigShare% that gets created automatically by the UEM agent.
Sample value = Path to UEM Configuration Share.
As Pim_van_de_Vis already indicated, error 2 means that the file does not exist. In this case, it's \\server\uem\GetUserFTA.exe that is missing. Just to make sure: you downloaded GetUserFTA.exe, copied it to your file share, and created the UEM Logoff Task using the path to your actual share?
Also, you really need to start the command of the logoff task with cmd /c, as per ijdemes' instructions. Otherwise the output redirection using > won't work.
Have you tried the above solutions and tested the out come?
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hi there - as i read in another post, the GetUserFTA is obsolete now, and we can also user SetUserFTA /get - is this correct?
Running an Instant Clone Pool with 1803.
Is SetUserFta.exe /get the right format now do you know?