Thanks for your reply
Here are my opinions regarding your notes
1- Because A) That is a manual process to number them by ourselves, B) I like to name my jobs starting with Offsite / Onsite and sort them accordingly. If there was grouping feature no problem but now without grouping and auto numbering, If I add numbers the sort will be difficult because numbers will make it.
2- Thanks, Because a description is automatically added and I should clean it every time, It will be useful.
3- I know that the change will be done next time but anyway I still it's useful and handy. Many corrections are made clear by looking at job statistics in running category. Not so important but any way ..
4- Oh man, As a matter of fact I'm good in Powershell scripting but a set of simple changes in some jobs should be done by selecting them and then simply done. It's annoying and time consuming (some times much more difficult) to use Powershell in order to change a simple thing like concurrent session for a number of repositories. When simply multi select is available there and using GUI is much more simple and straight forward, Why Powershell. And BTW, if this is not possible, why you allow multi selection of proxies or repos?
5- Yeah, Setup and also many changes after that. Another example, Whenever I set delete data of Removed VM's after fewer than 3 days a warning is displayed each and each time.
6- Thanks. It can save a lot of time for us. Also I was wondering if VBR can analyze concurrent jobs and histories and make suggestion to suggest a best timing schecule for jobs.
7- As I said I know that it can be achievable using windows But let's agree that it is not a straight forward easy way and you should play with backup windows settings (and some settings after that related to windows of backups
8- Yeas I saw that but it's VM level. I think it is good to have a checkbox for the whole job (All VM's in it) or even globally although it is possible to select all VM's in job and then press edit and .. (Something that will be good to implement for question 5 too. If you do not insist on using Powershell here too
Again thanks for your support and help