Not in GUI. I think you could use a Powershell script that disables copy jobs on certain days.john.brodhurst wrote:Bonus question: is it possible to prevent a copy job from commencing a new sync on certain days of the week
john.brodhurst wrote:Is there are reason why the minimum is 2?
john.brodhurst wrote:Bonus question: is it possible to prevent a copy job from commencing a new sync on certain days of the week, but to allow it to complete a sync if it over runs? I thought of permitted schedule windows but that would interrupt a running sync.
john.brodhurst wrote:On the topic of job disablement, would this interrupt a running sync?
john.brodhurst wrote:If the job is enabled at (for instance) midday, but isn't scheduled to begin its sync cycle until 18:00 would it commence immediately or would it wait until the scheduled time?
john.brodhurst wrote:Lastly, if a backup copy job is disabled but is configured as the secondary destination for a regular backup job will it still try to run?
Users browsing this forum: bpayne and 1 guest