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I know the stsadm -o setpolicyschedule command, but I have to get/read the current schedule instead of changing it. Is there a stsadm command or PowerShell cmdlet I can use? Or another way to see which schedule is set for the Information Management Policies?

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You can see Information management policy timer job and set schedule for it.

In order to do this, please do the following steps:

  1. Log in to Central Administration
  2. Click Monitoring > Review job definitions (under Timer Jobs)
  3. Click Information management policy timer job
  4. In Recurring Schedule settings, you can set schedule for this timer job.
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