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Shut down computer for 5 days while on vacation. When restarted script would not run. Program said script was deferred and must be started manually.

Erased script and created new one but it says deferred as well. What do I do?

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Similar problem here

 

Version 7.0.6.108

 

I can't see any such icon so assume you rerefered to a previous version?

All my scriots are deffered and stay that way...

 

I am probably missing somehting obvious, but I can't see it, and documentation is sparse on this point.

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Ahh hah!

 

I see now - it's not a 'push once and have a result' button, but a switch.

 

Thanks very much.

 

I knew it was going to be obvious (to everyone else) :/

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Not that obvious LOL

 

All scripts were deferred , if you search help or online you get an explaination but not how to defer or un-defer..

 

Thanks for posting a link to that article.

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I had to handle this a bit differently. Once job going to backup set 4 was already running, but all other jobs were deferred. If I clicked on the big red X, I was asked 'Really stop all executions?'. I didn't want to stop the current job because it runs a really long time. To get the other jobs to run, I had to pause the currently running job, then continue that job. In the 'Continue job' dialog, I also had to check 'continue all executions' and 'allow scheduled and waiting executions to start' to get the rest of the jobs out of the deferred state.

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