The All Scheduled Tasks page displays the tasks that are scheduled to run at periodic times or based on events criteria. A scheduled task can also have a schedule of not scheduled, which means that the task is listed but only runs when manually executed by a user.
Task information is available by selecting ToolsLogsView All Scheduled Tasks.
Select a task by clicking the task row and clicking a button. Refer to:
The list of tasks that a user can see are based on the users privilege and access level. All users are allowed to edit, delete, and view the tasks they created. With full configuration rights, a user is allowed to edit, delete, and view tasks other users created.
Run a task to initiate a task instance. Running a pre-defined task executes a specific tool on specific systems or events. Select ToolsLogsView All Scheduled Tasks. Select a task and click [Run]. Refer to Scheduling a Task - Running a Scheduled Task for more information.
Select the task to be edited. The previously configured task information is displayed. Step through the same steps as if you are creating the task. Select ToolsLogsView All Scheduled Tasks. Select a task and click [Edit]. Refer to Scheduling a Task - Editing a Scheduled Task
Select the task to be deleted. Deleting a task removes the task from the All Scheduled Tasks page and the system. Deleting a task also deletes its associated task instances. Select ToolsLogsView All Scheduled Tasks. Select a task and click [Delete]. Refer to Scheduling a Task - Deleting a Scheduled Task
View Task Results
Select a task to view.
The Task Results display below the All Scheduled Tasks. Information such as the tasks schedule, the tool used by the task, and the command the task executes display. The Task Results also displays a list of the task instances created by the task. Below the task instances, the summary status, target systems list, and the target details display.
Refer to Scheduling a Task - Viewing Task Results for more information.