How do I rename a BackupExec Job?

Posted on 2007-08-07
Last Modified: 2013-12-01
Is there a way to rename a BackupExec job? I have a backup job that is labeled backup 00042 ..I'd like to be able to name it the appropriate server selection name...any help would be appreciated. It's BackupExec 10d for Windows Server 2003.

Question by:sccomputer
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    Looking at the scheduled jobs, Right Click the Job and choose properties.  Then go to the general section and change the job name.  Click the submit button and then ok and the name has been changed for all future scheduled jobs.
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    You can also do this at the Job Setup Tab

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