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The Scheduling page lets you create and manage scheduled tasks to run batch files automatically.

Enterprise Sync uses the Microsoft Windows Task Scheduler for scheduling.

Important: You can create schedules with Sync and Enterprise Sync, but Enterprise Sync is required to run scheduled tasks.

Command NameDescription
Create/Edit SchedulingCreates or modifies scheduled tasks for the current batch.

To schedule a batch job:

  1. Click Create/Edit Scheduling.

    The Microsoft Task Scheduler dialog box appears.

  2. On the Schedule tab, select Show multiple schedules, click New, and set the start time and frequency.
  3. On the Task and Settings tabs, set options as needed.

    Note: When a task completes, a results window appears. This window must be closed before a new task can run. To close the window automatically, append -verbose:no to the Run command line on the Task tab. For example:

    "<install_dir> \Bin\Sync.exe" -batch "C:\My_Sync\my_conv.seeb" -verbose:no
  4. Click OK.
Remove Scheduling(Available when the current batch has at least one scheduled task.) Deletes scheduled tasks for the current batch.
Open Windows Tasks Folder

Opens the Windows Tasks folder so you can view scheduled tasks.

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