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Post job activity for VM Copy

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Hi,

Sorry if this is a stupid question, but how do I define a post job activity for a VM Copy Job? It's not the usual way, because there is no "advanced" button you can click.

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Hi, this option is not available for a VM copy job. Out of curiosity what kind of action would you like to trigger as a post job activity? Thanks!

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I'm trying to run two VM Copy in succession. What other ways are there to do this?

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Re: Post job activity for VM Copy

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Hmm...In this case I would suggest using this script to check current job status and then trigger a subsequent VM Copy job with PowerShell upon receiving a "Success" status for the previous job.

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