I'm on v11 SP6 currently.
I recently discovered the unintended consequences of using the Exceptions button under Scheduled tasks. To me, if I simply want to have a single task excluded from running, I think having a one-time exception option is in order. I had been doing some troubleshooting, manually running some tasks earlier in the day than they were normally scheduled to fire off, so I figured rather than have them run again at the usual time, I'd just hit the Exceptions and forget about it. Well, I forgot about it until we noticed that the following week no jobs ran, and sure enough, there is the recurring exception.
So, what I think needs to happen when you click Exceptions is a new window asking "hey, do you mean once, every week, every month, etc." not just "hey let's exclude this task "forever" without confirmation.
The other thing I noticed which may be a new feature is no all tasks can be disabled from the main Scheduled Jobs screen, which to me, I thought used to work in v10. Some jobs can be disabled/enabled, others are greyed out. I don't get it, or I'm just having a lapse of memory, but sure seems to me that there should be an easy (real, real easy) way to just have a job be skipped for that "day" or instance in the day.
What am I missing or did something change in one of the v11 SPs?