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    Network Maintenance Schedule

    As you probably all know the larger the network the more servers, the more servers more automated tasks to perform

    At the moment i have a rather poor excel file that i use to record the day and times that maintenance tasks are scheduled. E.g
    Backups
    Volume shadow copies
    Defrag
    Exchange Database maintenance
    Exchange Mailbox Maintenance
    Scheduled AV Scans
    Backup Jobs
    DB regeneration (copying live to development databases each night)

    I was wondering if anyone had a decent program to record this information. I would consider adding an extra calendar in outlook to do this as that would ne near perfect. Although their are issues with accessing it quickly and easily for multiple users.

    Any ideas would be great

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    I record my maintenance schedule in Google Calendar. This way, I can update/view it from anywhere and easily share it with other techs who might be assisting with a project, if needed.

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