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Manage Timer Jobs with PowerShell


In this small post lets see how you can configure Time Jobs using PowerShell. Lets say you want to enable “Activity Feed Job” which is by default “Disabled” on the Server.

a) First run below command to Get the job definition like Name, status, GUID

Command:

get-sptimerjob | sort-object name | where {$_.Name -match “ActivityFeedJob”}

Output:

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Note down the Name of the job. Usually it will be <<User Profile Service Name>>_ActivityFeedJob

More details on Get-SPTimeJob visit http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/site/ff607914

b) Run below command to enable Time job

Command:

Enable-SPTimerJob -Identity <<Name of Job captured in step a>>

Output:

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More details on Enable-SPTimerJob visit http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/site/ff607892

c) Set timer job- Schedule a time job now after it is enabled

Command:

Set-SPTimerJob “upa_ActivityFeedJob” -schedule “Every 30 minutes between 0 and 59″

Output:

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More details on Set-SPTimeJob visit  http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/site/ff607916

that’s it

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3 Comments

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  2. Roslyn Wythe says:

    Please advise, is it possible to schedule crawl pause/restart on Search Server Express 2010 using PowerShell?

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