Step 6. Specify Scheduling Options

At this step of the wizard, configure a schedule for the backup job.

To configure a schedule, do the following:

  1. Select the Run the job automatically check box and customize a schedule for your backup job. You can select one of the following options:
  • Daily at this time. Select this option if you want to run the job daily at the specified hours.
  • Periodically every. Select this option if you want to run the job every N minutes.
  1. Select the Retry failed objects processing check box and specify the maximum number of retry attempts. You can also set an interval before attempting subsequent retries.
  2. Select the Terminate the job if it exceeds allowed backup window check box, click Window and specify allowed and prohibited hours for the backup job. For more information, see Selecting Time Periods.
  3. Select the Start the job when I click Create check box if you want to start a backup job upon completion of the wizard.

If you do not want to start the job immediately, you can start it later. For more information, see Starting Backup Job.

Specifying Scheduling Options

Selecting Time Periods

When you click Window, the Time Periods dialog appears in which you can:

The main area of the dialog is divided into two axes:

Within these axes a matrix is placed consisting of blocks. Each block represents a 59 minutes interval for each day of the week. The total number of blocks is 168 (24 blocks per each day of the week).

To set up an execution frame for the backup job, do the following:

  1. Select a block that corresponds to the day of the week (vertical axis) and to the time interval (horizontal axis) on which you want to allow or prohibit the execution of a backup job.

In addition, you can:

  1. On the right-hand side, select either the Permitted or Denied option to set up the execution rule for the selected blocks.

The following is an example in which it is prohibited to run a backup job on the following days of the week:

Step 6. Specify Scheduling Options 

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