Menu path: Structure tree > Jobs > [context menu] > New Scheduled Job
Name: Name of the job.
Command: Command which is executed for all assigned devices. For more information, see Commands for Jobs.
Execution time / Start date: Time of the first execution.
Jobs can be enabled or skipped as necessary.
Comment: Further information regarding the job.
Loggable results are collected in the database. This is not possible with the
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.
Administrative Task Notification
If you have not set an administrative task "Delete Job Execution Data", after the start of the UMS Console, the following notification pop-up will be shown:
Only users with read permission for administrative tasks can see this notification. You can set the rights under Edit > Access control.
You can manage the display settings under Misc > Settings > Notifications.
You can find the notifications under Help > Notifications.