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    NTBackup doesn't seem to have a "Run Now" cmd

    I have an exchnage backup scheduled daily in NTBackup...

    But I see it hasn't been running.. .

    How doI do a run now with the scheduled Job in the calendar.. (like in Backup exec has a run now cmd)

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    Re: NTBackup doesn't seem to have a "Run Now" cmd

    Whenever I set up a scheduled job in the NTBackup GUI, it is shown in the scheduled tasks folder, then it's a right click and "run"

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    Re: NTBackup doesn't seem to have a "Run Now" cmd

    Quote Originally Posted by rhyds
    Whenever I set up a scheduled job in the NTBackup GUI, it is shown in the scheduled tasks folder, then it's a right click and "run"
    There is a calendar with the daily scheduled jobs...there seems to be no right click function

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    Re: NTBackup doesn't seem to have a "Run Now" cmd

    Sorry, I meant the windows scheduled task folder, not the one in NTbackup.

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    Re: NTBackup doesn't seem to have a "Run Now" cmd

    cool.... works.... :-)

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