Sometime Windows Task Scheduler rejects a task. This is rare but you will want to check and make sure the issue is not CG-Automator and really is Windows Task Scheduler.
You can use the Command Prompt to Start and Run CG-Automator:
From the Start Menu search for CMD:
Locate the correct path (usually your C drive which contains the CostGuard folder which contains CGAutomator.exe) and include the name of the CG-Automator Task you have set up:
it it runs you will see this. You can also double check the output log that you normally get: