Refer to JOBS in Security Level Details - Permissions
Jobs → Active Jobs
Jobs → Completed Jobs
About active and completed jobs
When a quick job is saved or a job is scheduled, it first appears on the Jobs → Active Jobs page. Quick jobs and one-time schedules will clear from the page as soon as the job has run. Recurring schedules will be listed on the page as long as they have future occurrences.
Completed jobs are moved to the Jobs → Completed Jobs page.
Job results older than six months are automatically cleared.
Views and actions
With the exception of the Components, Jobs Run, and Last Run Date columns, click any of the column names to sort the data.
By default, the following columns are displayed:
|Selection check box||Check to select any of the jobs.|
|Information||Hover over the info icon to have a quick overview of the job's targets, schedule, and components.|
|Name||The name of the job. Once the job has run, you can click the hyperlink to see more information about it and its result. Refer to The job view.|
|Schedule||The schedule that determines when the job is run (e.g. immediately, weekly, etc.).|
|Components||The number of components added to the job.|
|Jobs Run||The number of times the job has run.|
|Next Run Date||Date, time, and time zone when the job is next scheduled to be run.
A crossed-out date indicates that the job has no future occurrence.
|Last Run Date||Date, time, and time zone when the job was last run.|
|User||The username of the user who created the job.|
|Security Level||The security level of the user who created the job.|
|Edit job||Click the pencil icon to edit the job. Refer to Schedule a job.|
|Delete this job||You can delete jobs that have no future occurrence. When you click this icon, the job will be removed from the list.|
|Retire this job||You can retire jobs that have at least one future occurrence. When you click this icon, the job will be moved to the Completed Jobs list, and any targeted devices that have not yet run this job will be unable to do so.|
A job can only be edited, deleted, or retired by an Administrator or a user with the same security level as the one that was used when the job was created. For example, if a job was created by a user with Administrator security level, non-Administrator users will be unable to edit, delete, or retire that job.
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