Simillar to "omnidownload -device BackupDevice [-file FileName]", it would be best that user can specify an output file.
If you run "omnidbutil -export_schedules -all", it will export all schedules instances into <datalistname>.json files saved in corresponding legacy schedules folders, e.g.: C:\ProgramData\OmniBack\Config\Server\Schedules.
You have to note that we try to discourage cu from using the legacy schedules folders, given that 10.x is moving forward with all of these changes, and so it is best that the export command should have the option to specify an output file.
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