Finish No Earlier Than (FNET) is a Task Constraint that schedules a task to complete after the date you specify.
Consider the following when using the Finish No Earlier Than (FNET) constraint for a task:
You should use this constraint when the project is scheduled From Completion Date. In this case, you can provide a soft constraint on the task before forcing other dependent tasks to show At Risk.
When you use FNET on a project scheduledFrom Start Date, then the constraint schedules the task as it would schedule it if the constraint were As Soon As Possible.
When you move or copy a task with a FNET constraint to another project, the constraint of the task or the dates of the project might change depending on what the constraint dates are and what the Start and Completion Dates of the project are. The following scenarios exist:
When the destination project is scheduled From Start:
When the destination project is scheduled From Completion:
Regardless of the schedule of the project, when the constraint date of the task is within the Start and Completion Dates of the project, there are no changes to the Task Constraint or the project dates.
For information about how to update the Task Constraint on a task, see Update the Task Constraint of a task.