What account did you associate with the scheduled run of DiRT? The same one you were logged in with when you did your test? There should also be entries in the application event log when DiRT fires up - also, be sure you haven't disabled your scheduling service - we rely on Window's to launch the application when the scheduled time comes around, I've seen a few sites get bit by that one since some "security hardening" apps will disable it out of hand.
Well, the very first thing DiRT backup does when it's run in silent mode (i.e. when it's launched from a command line like the scheduler does) is write to the application event log that a backup has started. If nothing is there then the scheduler isn't launching it. Either your scheduling service is disabled or something is preventing it from doing its job - I don't know what it is but there's nothing I can do about it on my end of the fence... DiRT backup works just fine launched from the scheduler and has for a couple years now. Not sure what else to suggest to you here.
Also, if you go to Start>Programs>Accessories>System Tools>Scheduled Tasks and look, it might give you more information (e.g. something like "Could not start" typically indicates that the password isn't right and such). You can also try stopping and starting the Task manager. There have been some issues with this in older windows service pack levels. Check out http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=272022
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