Using supplied no-service periods

Ricoh ProcessDirector provides these predefined no-service periods: Every Saturday, Every Sunday, and January 1. You can change the properties of the supplied no-service periods and use them in your installation. Or, you can delete them if they are not useful.

In each service policy, you must specify whether the no-service periods apply. If they apply, Ricoh ProcessDirector adjusts the planned checkpoints of jobs so that they do not occur during the no-service periods.

To use a supplied no-service period:
  1. Click the Administration tab.
  2. In the left pane, click Service Level Agreements → No-Service Periods.
  3. In the left pane, click Objects → No-Service Periods.
  4. Select the supplied no-service period and click Properties, or click the no-service period name.
  5. In the properties notebook, make the appropriate changes. To see information about any of the properties, click the Question mark icon icon next to the property name.
    Notice that the Year property in all supplied no-service periods is 2006. To use the no-service period, change the Year property to the current year or leave the Year property blank if the no-service period applies to all years.
  6. In the properties notebook, make the appropriate changes. To see information about any of the properties, click the Question mark icon icon next to the property name.
    Notice that the Year property in all supplied no-service periods is 2006. To use the no-service period, change the Year property to the current year or leave the Year property blank if the no-service period applies to all years.
  7. Click OK.
 
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