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Hello,

I have created a SQL Job to run on the 1st day of every month at 2.30am.
I am unsure if I have setup the frequency correct as the schedule properties gives two options to run.
Currently I have set it to use the first radio button ‘Day’ on the first day of every 1 month.
Please see attached example of a screen shot, would someone mind giving me confirmation this is correct?
Thank you.
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Yes, your settings are correct.  You can also look at the description at the bottom of the page.  Final confirmation -- after you set a job on this schedule, you can look in the Job monitor, and look at the date/time that the system will next run your job.
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