Before you schedule a script or automation package for use in a policy or task, you can modify them by doing any of the following:
- for scripts, you can create a copy of the script, and then modify how the script is run by changing the parameters, and by specifying whether the script has a dedicated execution and setting whether to run on Onsite Manager.
- for automation packages, you can add a notification flag for script results for which you think the task scheduler will want to create an alert. This notification flag also emails script execution results to the scheduler.
- for scripts in a package, specify a script outcome that will result in the termination of the package execution.
- for both scripts and automation packages, you can set up a quick task, in which you specify some or all of the parameters that will be run when the quick task is scheduled. For more information, see Adding a Quick Task .
You can also prepare your own scripts for use in Barracuda Managed Workplace. For more information, see About Adding Scripts.