Scheduling administrative tasks > Running a schedule manually
Running a schedule manually
Note  The following information is for server administrators and group administrators.
You can run a schedule manually even in cases where it will not run automatically or it is disabled. For example, you can run a schedule manually when:
You have disabled a given schedule by clearing Enabled.
You have disabled all schedules by clearing Allow enabled schedules to run.
A schedule is disabled because its final scheduled run has already occurred. The Last Completed column is updated with the last time the schedule successfully completed. The Next Run column will remain Disabled.
To run a schedule manually:
1. Click Schedules, then select a schedule from the list.
2. Click Schedule menu in Admin Console, then choose Run a Schedule Now.
The Last Completed column displays the current date and time of the computer FileMaker Server is running on. The status shows OK if the schedule ran successfully.
Note  If you are a group administrator, your server administrator must configure your administrator group to allow you to run schedules for the databases in your group folder. For more information, contact your server administrator.
Related topics 
Enabling and disabling schedules
Scheduling administrative tasks