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[General] ZTW for Automated Backup?   [General]

By: David Wall       
Date: Sep 10,2016 at 00:02
In Response to: [General] ZTW for Automated Backup? (Steven James)

> I'd like to perform fully-automated incremental backups of my
> primary (C:) drive (excluding C:\Windows) every night at midnight. I'd
> probably need to do this using a combination of scripts (.bat/.cmd),
> macros, and invocation of the Windows scheduler. My intent is to
> determine if this is feasible (or possible) using ZTW64.EXE. This will
> probably necessitate exploiting ZTW's macro functionality for partially
> logging the drive, performing an Alt-Compare against the destination, and
> finally exercising an Alt-Copy operation for all tagged files
> (unique/newer/size=differ) - then exit. Before I attempt this however, I
> wonder if such a mechanism already exists? Suggestions in this regard
> would be appreciated.
>
> If successful, I'd gladly share the resultant files for other to do
> this.
>
> S.J.

Such a mechanism does already exist - it's call Macrium Reflect & there's a free version that does all the above.
Why on earth would you want to try & use Ztree for such a peculiar job.

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