Task failure handling
This option is effective for Windows and Linux operating systems.
This option is not available when operating under the bootable media.
This option determines the program behavior when any of the backup plan’s tasks fails.
The preset is not to restart a failed task.
The program will try to execute the failed task again if you select the Restart a failed task check box and specify the number of attempts and the time interval between the attempts. The program stops trying as soon as an attempt completes successfully OR the specified number of attempts is performed, depending on which comes first.
If the task fails because of a mistake in the backup plan, you can edit the plan while the task is in the Idle state. While the task is running, you have to stop it prior to editing the backup plan.