The Content Blackout Schedule panel lets you define times when content (bundles, policies, configuration settings, and so forth) is not delivered to devices.
You can define the blackout schedule at three levels:
Management Zone: The schedule is inherited by all device folders and devices.
Device Folder: The schedule is inherited by all devices contained within the folder or its subfolders. Overrides the Management Zone blackout schedule.
Device: The schedule applies only to the device for which it is configured. Overrides the blackout schedules set at the Management Zone and folder levels.
NOTE:The Content Blackout Schedule setting lets you prevent managed devices from downloading content from a content source during the blackout period. This setting, however, does not affect content replication. For this reason, a Satellite device with the Content role can serve content to managed devices during the blackout period.
To set a blackout schedule:
If you are setting a blackout schedule for a device folder or device, clickto activate the Content Blackout Schedule panel.
Clickto display the Specify Black-Out Time Period dialog box.
Fill in the following fields:
Start Date: Click to select the day on which you want the blackout period to start.
Start Time: Select the hour you want the blackout period to start.
End Date: Click to select the day on which you want the blackout period to end.
End Time: Select the hour you want the blackout period to end.
Clickto add the schedule to the list.
Repeat Step 2 through Step 4 to define additional blackout periods.
When you have finished defining blackout periods, clickto save the settings.
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