Menu path: Structure tree > Jobs > [context menu] > New Scheduled Job
Name: Name of the job.
Command: Command which is executed for all assigned devices.
Execution time / Start date: Time of the first execution.
Jobs can be enabled or skipped as necessary.
Comment: Further information regarding the job.
Wake-on LAN command.
Retry next boot
Parameter for the update command - devices that are switched off perform the update when they next boot.
Max. threads: Maximum number of processes executed simultaneously, these processes may thus be executed in block fashion.
Delay: The minimum waiting time before the UMS sends the command to the next device.
Timeout: The maximum waiting time before the UMS sends the command to the next device.
The Max. threads, Delay, and Timeout options make sense for all commands which take a long time to execute or cause heavy network traffic, e.g. downloading a firmware update, codec or snapshot. To prevent a large number of devices downloading data from a file server at once, it is advisable to reduce the number of simultaneous threads (e.g. to 10) and to set up a delay (e.g. 1 minute).
Job ID: Internal job number which cannot be changed. This field is empty if a job is new.
Next execution: Date and time of the next execution.
User: Name of the UMS user executing the command.