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Disabling Scheduled Job Execution

If you want to start the job manually (without any schedule), select the Do not schedule, run on demand check box:

Hyper-V Backup Job - Do not schedule, run on demand

Daily Backup

To run the job once a day, do the following:

  • Choose Run daily/weekly from the schedule drop-down list:
    Run Hyper-V Backup Job Daily or Weekly
  • Specify the time when the job should be started in the Starting field.
  • Specify the end time for the job in the Ending field. If the job has not completed by the time specified, the job will be stopped.
  • Choose a time zone which should be used for the job start and end times from the time zone drop-down list.
  • Select the days of the week during which the job will be started.

Monthly or Yearly Backup

To run the job monthly or yearly, do the following:

  • Choose Monthly/yearly from the schedule drop-down list:
    Run Hyper-V Backup Job Monthly or yearly
  • Specify job start schedule in the appropriate fields.
  • Specify the time when the job should be started in the Starting field.
  • Specify the end time for the job in the Ending field. If the job has not completed by the time specified, the job will be stopped.
  • Choose a time zone which should be used for the job start and end times from the time zone drop-down list.
  • Select the days of the week during which the job will be started.

Periodic Backup

To run the job multiple times per day, do the following:

  • Choose Run periodically from the schedule drop-down list and then choose time periods from the appropriate fields:
  • Specify the time when the job should be started in the Starting field.
  • Specify the end time for the job in the Ending field. If the job has not completed by the time specified, the job will be stopped.
  • Choose a time zone which should be used for the job start and end times from the time zone drop-down list.

Chained Job

To run the job after a previous one has completed, do the following:

  • Choose Run after another job from the schedule drop-down list and set the options as follows:

    • After the job: select a job after which the current job will be started
    • Run this job: Choose whether to run the current job immediately after the previous one has completed or within a delay specified
    • After successful runs: If selected, the job will run if the previous one has completed successfully
    • After failed runs: If selected, the job will run if the previous one has failed
    • After stopped runs: If selected, the job will run if the previous one has been stopped

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