Do one of the following at this step of the Wizard:
Specify the backup task schedule if you want the backup task to start automatically.
In the Run backup drop-down list, select a time interval to run the task (for example, daily) and specify the task run time in the At field.
In the User account section, specify the user name and password of your account on this computer. The data of your account is required to access files during backup.
Select the Run scheduled backup at computer startup if it was turned off at the specified time check box if you want to run backup as soon as possible after the application has been restarted. For example, backup is scheduled to be performed every weekend. If the computer was turned off at the weekend, backup is performed after the computer is turned on a weekday. If the check box is cleared, backup is performed according to schedule without retrying to run backup after a failed attempt.
In the Run backup list, select the on demand option if you wish to start the task manually.
When working with backup tasks, please note the following:
If you create a scheduled backup task, you need to specify the data of your account on this computer.
If you create an on-demand backup task, you do not need to specify the data of your account on this computer.
If you change an on-demand task to a scheduled task, you need to specify the data of your account on this computer.