Feature suggestions. Enable/Disable Backup flag. Date & Time of next run to be shown


Feature suggestions. Enable/Disable Backup flag. Date & Time of next...
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JeremyP99
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1. An option to Enable/Disable a backup would be useful. Add an option in the "Definition Files" display

2. It would also be handy to display in the same display, the date and time of the next expected run. I run 5 backups, and this would be helpful.
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A scheduled backup can be disabled / enabled by clicking the Scheduled Backup tab > right-click the associated backup > Disable / Enable.  You can also view the last run time and next scheduled run time in that same view.   Is that what you're looking for?


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capair45 - 22 May 2023 9:28 AM
A scheduled backup can be disabled / enabled by clicking the Scheduled Backup tab > right-click the associated backup > Disable / Enable.  You can also view the last run time and next scheduled run time in that same view.   Is that what you're looking for?

Thanks - rarely use that tab. Will now!

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