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Specifying job options

Specify job options according to your needs. The detailed description is given below.

 

Owner

Define the owner of the job.

 

Comment

Specify a comment to the job (optional).

 

Enabled

Indicates the status of the added job. If not checked, the job is not enabled and does not run according to its schedule; however, it can be run manually.

 

Category

The category for the job. See Categories for details.

 

Auto Delete Job

Select the condition under which the job is to be deleted: Never (set by default), when the job succeeds, when the job fails, whenever the job completes.

 

Write To Event Log

Select the condition under which the entry is to be placed in the Microsoft Windows NT application log for this job: Never (set by default), when the job succeeds, when the job fails, whenever the job completes.

 

E-mail Operator

Name

Set the e-mail name to send e-mail notifications upon job execution (optional).

 

Notify

Select the condition under which the e-mail notification is to be sent: Never (set by default), when the job succeeds, when the job fails, whenever the job completes.

 

Page Operator

Name

Set the page operator name to send notifications upon job execution (optional).

 

Notify

Select the condition under which the notification is to be performed: Never (set by default), when the job succeeds, when the job fails, whenever the job completes.

 

Net send Operator

Name

The name of the person to send a network message to upon completion of this job (optional).

 

Notify

Select the condition under which the notification is to be performed: Never (set by default), when the job succeeds, when the job fails, whenever the job completes.



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