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The error normally suggests a problem within the batch script. If this runs as expected from the Designer and only throws the error when run on a schedule, I'm wondering whether this could be an access issue.
Is the batch script referencing a file/directory on your local computer? Do you have a run as user configured on your scheduler? If not, do you want to try configuring this as your user?