Tasks By Groups 4.4

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Tasks by Groups

From Main Selection -> Tasks -> By Groups it is possible to enter multiple tasks in one or more groups. You can also see all of the tasks that have been assigned to a particular group.

A single event will activate all the collected tasks within the task group. The tasks will then be executed depending on the number of sms channels available. The remaining tasks will be retained in the execution queue and will be started chronologically.

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Up to SEP sesam version 4.4.3 Grolar, it was only possible to deactivate a schedule. As of SEP sesam v. 4.4.3 Grolar, it is also possible to disable a particular task or a whole task group without deleting it permanently and without cancelling all other events related to the same schedule. For details, see Disabling and Enabling Backup Task and Disabling and Enabling Task Group.
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By right-mouse clicking on the task group the following options are shown:

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Properties
Shows the details of the task group, see Task by groups properties.
New task
Opens a dialog for configuring a new backup task in a group. For more information, see Creating a new backup task.
Results
Shows the last backup details for this task group.
Immediate Start
Allows you to initiate a process manually, see Immediate start.
Delete
Deletes a task group from SEP sesam. For details, see Deleting a Task Group.

Tasks by groups properties

Tasks bundled to tasks groups can be executed on a single appointed time. If possible, tasks are performed simultaneously on the drives. The other tasks are dynamically assigned to the backup devices by SEP sesam. The last backup state of the whole task group is also displayed.

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Group Name 
Task group name.
Comment  
Additional information.

The > selector assigns a single task to the selected group and >> selector allocates all available tasks. Selector < removes single- and << removes all tasks. The order in which SEP sesam starts tasks can be modified with and arrows.