Add additional recurrence patterns for scheduled scans
Id like to setup 8 scan jobs referencing Microsofts Patch Tuesday as the start date which is always the 2nd Tuesday of the month.
Heres my example for the month of June.
Microsofts Patch Tuesday (the 8th)
Scan1: Week 1 Production Servers Scheduled Scan (the 9th)
Scan2: Follow-up to Week 1 Production Server Rollout (the 14th)
Scan3: Week 2 Production Servers Scheduled Scan (the 16th)
Scan4: Follow-up to Week 2 Production Server Rollout (the 21st)
Scan5: Week 3 Production Servers Scheduled Scan (the 23rd)
Scan6: Follow-up to Week 3 Production Server Rollout (the 28th)
Scan7: Week 4 Production Servers Scheduled Scan (the 30th)
Scan8: Follow-up to Week 4 Production Server Rollout (7/5)
If I had the ability to schedule based on the 1st, 2nd, 3rd 4th, last day, weekday, weekend day, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday of every _ month it would work. This is easily seen by looking at the recurrence option for a calendar appointment in Microsoft Outlook.
Craig McInnes commented
[Comment date: 2011-02-01]
When you set up scheduled scans you only have four options.
Scan every x minutes
Scan every x hours
Scan every x days
Scan on a user defined date and time.
I will like to be able to set a schedule scan for say 1st Day of Month at 01:00 and then have it re-occuring monthly at that time instead of having to manually enter in a scheduled scan for each month.
Product Management commented
[Comment date: 2012-06-20]
This was implemented in LanGuard 2011.