Windows Server 2008 R2 does not allow interaction between a service (such as LANDesk Scheduler) and the desktop. This is an OS design decision that makes it impossible to display the window how we are currently built. You can right click on the task and choose Current Status and we can/will populate some information there.
Thanks for the info
update, my co-worker found a solution. If you really wanted to see the old custjob windows there is a way.
Go into your services and enable Interactive Services Detection service, set the startup type to automatic. By Default it is manual.
After that..you can view the custjob windows through the Interactive Services Detection when jobs run by clicking on the Window that pops up when jobs are running: