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Plans define the computers that will receive the task
and tell the task how and when to run.
Who can use this feature?
feature is available for the following:
- Create and Modify
- Run One2Many tasks
To create a plan, you must access the
Create plan page in one of the following ways:
Edit Plan page is displayed
- Option 1: Go to
One2Many > Plans
page and click
- Option 2: On the
Create Task page, click
Save and continue.
- Option 3: On the
Tasks page, click
Create a new plan in the resulting dialog.
Name the plan in the
Plan name field.
Tip: When naming plans, try to focus on the group of
computers to which the plan is assigned (for example
All Servers in Building 7,
Windows XP Desktops, or similar).
Task to run drop-down list to choose the task
that you want to execute with this plan.
Important: You can only assign one task to a plan.
Choose to run the task now or later under
When to run task.
Run the plan now to run the plan immediately
after saving the plan and assigning credentials.
Schedule plan to run later to set the plan
to run at a specific time or according to a recurring hourly, daily, weekly, or
Other options, choose from the following
|Resource transfer timeout||Abort the associated task on any host to which task
resources fail to transfer within the defined period.|
|Task timeout||End processes specified in the associated task on any host
for which the task fails to complete within the defined period.|
|Attempt to wake up computers that are switched
off|| This setting only applies to hosts meeting all Wake On LAN
requirements. See the LogMeIn User Guide for details.|
|When plan completes, send an email summary
to||Enter the email addresses where you want to send a
notification when the plan is completed.|
|Notes||Enter a note to help you or your colleagues work with this
Select computers, select LogMeIn host
computers to be included in the plan.
The action in the associated task will be applied to the
Choose whether to enter host login credentials now, or later: