Starting Backup Copy Job
By default, a backup copy job starts automatically either right after appearing of the latest restore point in the source backup repository or if you configure to run your backup copy job periodically – right after its creation and then in the specified time interval.
You can start your backup copy job manually. Manual start can be helpful if the backup copy job was disabled for some time or if a new restore point has already appeared in the source backup repository but the backup copy job was configured to run daily or periodically.
Consider the following:
To start a backup copy job manually, do the following:
- Open the Organizations view.
- In the inventory pane, select an organization.
You can also select the root Organizations node to see all backup and backup copy jobs that created for all organizations added to the scope.
- In the preview pane, do one of the following:
- Select a backup copy job and on the Jobs tab, click Start on the ribbon.
- Right-click a backup copy job and select Start.
A backup copy job name consists of a backup job name for which a backup copy job is created and the copy job postfix.