When a Job has been created and verified as ready for use, the next step is to deploy it to the Windows Task Scheduler. This is done by selecting the Job, pressing the Add Job as a Scheduled Task button, then selecting the target Server from a list. The Job Listing panel clearly displays all Jobs and Job-related commands and information. These commands include buttons to deploy/undeploy, start/stop, apply display filters (also here and here) and refresh the display. The information provided includes the Job Type and whether each Job has been scheduled or not, the Server to which the Job is deployed, the next and most recent scheduled run dates and the last Job run status. Now that our Job is scheduled, it is ready to execute automatically according to the defined schedule.