mckaj wrote:If a job is scheduled to run out of task scheduler/powershell script, you don't seem to be able to disable it in the Veeam interface.
mckaj wrote:I tend to chain backup and replication jobs out of powershell scripts. At expected and unexpected maintenance times it would be good to be able to disable one or more of the chained jobs in the veeam interface, instead of going digging into scripts or trying to kill a memory process that is already in action. I don't always want to stop everything... sometimes I just want to stop the next job in the chain.
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