Run the report Designer, from the task pane under the Lists tab drag and drop the Accounts list into Excel. If you would like to Add formulas drag and drop this from the Formulas Tab.
Hope this is helpful,
I have done some further investigation. Found that their is a potential Microsoft issue with the "Run when user is logged in or not" option.
It is best to Use Windows Administrator profile, to create task in Task Scheduler as the…"
- Try set your User Account control to Never notify and try loading report Manager
- Try uninstalling and re-install as Administrator
If that doesn't work contact Support to troubleshoot the issue.
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