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Schedule setting

Later - specify an exact time point in future to execute the backup task.

Daily - set some certain time points or particular time interval to perform the scheduled task on each day.

  • Backup scheme - choose which backup scheme you want to apply to this schedule: full backup, incremental backup or differential backup.
  • Time - choose default time points to back up or clicks + to add new scheduled time. You can also delete the existed time point by clicking X
  • Interval - set start time, finish time, and interval time for the backup task. For example, if you set the start time to 8:00 am, finish time to 12:00 am, and interval time is 2 hours, then the task will be executed three times at 8:00 am, 10:00 am and 12:00 am.

Weekly - Run the backup task at specified time of each week.

  • Backup scheme - choose which backup scheme you want to apply to this schedule: full backup, incremental backup or differential backup.
  • Weekly - choose the day(s) of a week to run backup task.
  • Time settings - specify an exact time point on chosen day(s) when to execute the schedule.

Monthly - Run backup task at specified days every month. You can set the plan based on date or week.

  • Backup scheme - choose which backup scheme you want to apply to this schedule: full backup, incremental backup or differential backup.
  • Start - choose exact day(s) of a month to run backup task.
  • Every - schedule the time by week. For example, run backup task on every first Monday of each month.

* You can also specify hours and minutes to run backup task in Option.

Upon event - Execute the backup based on specified event including system startup, system shutdown, user log on or user log off.

  • Backup scheme - choose which backup scheme you want to apply to this schedule: full backup, incremental backup or differential backup.
  • System startup - the operation will be automatically executed at system startup.
  • System shutdown - the operation will be automatically executed at system shutdown.
  • user log on - the operation will be executed when the predefined user logs on to the Operating System.
  • user log off - the operation will be executed when the predefined user logs off to the Operating System.

* You can also tick Once a day only checkbox to run the backup based on event only one time a day.
* Select Start date option to set the start time when the plan will be available.

Besides, if you miss some schedule points due to power failure, computer power off or other reasons, our product will still automatically execute the last missed schedule after computer resumes with the option If computer is shutdown, run missed backup at system startup checked.

And in schedule, select Appoint daily/weekly/monthly first backup as full/differential backup option to make every first backup in the time circle as full/differential backup.

Tips: In order to avoid unexpected interruption when running a schedule, such as log off current account, switch to another user. Our product will require system administrator privilege when creating the schedule. And the current version will automatically obtain administrator privilege instead of manually inputting. If you have ever set a password for the username which is displayed in the box Administrator account, then the password is still required.