The answer to this question is very simple. I guess that most of you already know how to do it, but for those of you that don’t know it I decide to write this post.
The first thing is to open the SQL management studio, then connect to the SQL server where your jobs are located. The next step is to open the job activity monitor located under SQL Server Agent, then select the jobs you want to run, right click (A menu will be shown). From the menu select the option “Start Jobs” and Voila.
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