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This is creating little confusion for me. My timer job is scheduled to run between 5 am to 7 am but after a check I found the last run time is 8:32 pm ! I understand this is a daily job that runs but should not run after 7 am. Can someone explain me or is it I have misunderstood the settings?

I observed similar situation in other timer jobs as well.

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Your CentralAdmin might be in a different timezone than your servers.

Why is central admin time different from server time?

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  • Thanks MHeld. You hit the correct spot. Now the last run time show exactly as per the schedule job timings after changing the timezone in Central Admin. – Zakir HC Apr 29 '15 at 5:58
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Try to run this to check if the schedule is right:

Get-SPTimerJob -WebApplication "http://yourWebAppUrl" | select Name, DisplayName,Schedule | where-object{$_.Name -eq "TimeJobName"} | ft -autosize

Myabe someone fired it manually? or maybe is it fired programmatically?

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  • I checked using this powershell command and found the scheduled timings are correct. Nobody should have fired manually because only I have the access to the server. There is no code written to fire it programmatically. As I said earlier in my question, the situation is same for other timer jobs. The scheduled time is different from the last run time. – Zakir HC Apr 26 '15 at 8:33

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