Select the initial delay and repeat frequency to run the scheduled event and set other restrictions that might apply.
Schedule Execution: Select one of the following options:
Start Immediately on Refresh: Select this option to run the scheduled event when the device refreshes (looks for new bundles, policies, and so forth). The event runs on the first device refresh only and does not run on subsequent refreshes. By default, the system global refresh schedule is every two hours.
To change the default refresh schedule, click thetab > .
If the user performs a manual refresh on the device by running the rug ref command, the scheduled action runs on the first manual refresh only and not on subsequent refreshes (manual refreshes or global refreshes).
Delay Execution after Refresh: Select this option to run the scheduled event for a specified number of days, hours, or minutes after the device refreshes (looks for new bundles, policies, and so forth).
After Executing, Repeat Every: Select this option and specify the number of days, hours, and minutes after which you want to repeat execution of the scheduled event after a successful execution.
Set the “Black Out” Time Ranges when Execution Should Not Occur: Clickto display the Specify Black-Out Time Period dialog box. Use the and the options to specify the time period in which you do not want the scheduled event run. You can use this option to minimize network traffic during a certain time period.