For the fourth step in creating a Job, you will see the following "CREATE BACKUP JOB / Job schedule
If you do not change anything, the Job will not run.
If you choose the option "Run the job automatically
" you can set the backup to run on one or more days of the week or the month.
- The "Daily at this time" option lets you choose a time and the day (or days) of the week when you want to run the Job. You can then set between one and seven days a week.
- The "Monthly at" option lets you choose a time, the day and the month (or months) when you want to run the Job. So you can set just one day a month, for one or more months.
if you have selected automatic backups, you can change the maximum number of attempts to run a Job if it fails, and the time between a fail and another attempt.
another option available (if you have activated scheduling) is to stop running the Job if it has not finished at set times. Click on "Window...
a window will appear showing the graph below. Click the radio button "Denied
" to choose the hours during which you do not want a Job to run. To re-enable time periods that you have previously excluded, use the "Permitted
Once you have completed the necessary fields, you can go to the next step by clicking on "Next >
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