Edit a Task

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You may edit a scheduled task.

To rename a task

1Click Scheduler/Create Script on the Action Selection panel

The Scheduled Tasks panel will appear.

2Right-click the task which you want to rename on the Scheduled Tasks panel
3Select in the context menu Rename and enter a new task name

Note: You may also use a keyboard shortcut F2 to rename a task

To edit the time or event at which a scheduled task should start:

1Click Scheduler/Create Script on the Action Selection panel

The Scheduled Tasks panel will appear.

2Select a task which event you want to edit on the Scheduled Tasks panel and click the Edit an Event button

The Time/Event panel will appear.

Note: You may also right-click the task and select Edit an event in the context menu.

3Edit the time or event at which the task should start on the Time/Event panel and click the Next button

Go to the Create a Task topic for details

4Click the Next button several times until you go to the Processing panel
5Verify that the information on the Processing panel is correct and click the Save button
>The task will appear on the Scheduled Tasks panel with the new starting Time/Event

To edit an entire scheduled task:

1Click Scheduler/Create Script on the Action Selection panel

The Scheduled Tasks panel will appear.

2Select a task which you want to edit on the Scheduled Tasks panel and click the Edit button

Note: You may also right-click the task and select Edit a task in the context menu.

3Edit the objects you want to backup on the Partition Selection panel, image destination on the Image Destination panel, imaging mode on the Imaging Mode panel, image options on the Image Options panel, and backup options on the Backup Options panel.

Go to the Create an Image topic for more details.

4Edit the time or event at which the task should start on the Time/Event panel, the user name and password of a user from the Administrators user group on the User/Password panel, mail notification options (optional) and applications you want to run when the task will end successfully or failed (optional) on the Mail Notification/Aux Applications panel, and click the Next button

Go to the Create a Task topic for more details.

5Verify that the information on the Processing panel is correct and click the Save button
>The task will appear on the Scheduled Tasks panel with the new options

 

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