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General Software Discussion / Re: SyncBackSE vs. SuperFlexible
« on: November 25, 2007, 05:18 AM »

oh yes, inaccessible folders and files are mentioned in the log files. You can also use email notification to be notified of any problems.


General Software Discussion / Re: SyncBackSE vs. SuperFlexible
« on: November 25, 2007, 04:28 AM »

specifying username and password for the service is only needed when you want to access network drives. If you don't specify an account, then the service runs under the "Local System" account which has access to local drives only. I think it can access most files, depending on the security settings. Maybe on some systems it can't read some user's files.

Also if you want to access network drives, you can't use mapped drive letters because the service won't see them. To access network drives, the UNC syntax must be used, such as \\Computername\Sharename\Foldername.


General Software Discussion / SuperFlexible Timer Auto-Start
« on: November 24, 2007, 11:58 PM »
Hello Everybody,

I am the developer of Superflexible. It is true that in the current version, it takes a bit of hand work to make it auto-start with Windows. This will be made much easier in version 4.0. I hereby promise a free 4.0 upgrade to anybody who reads this. Just send me an email when you need the updated registration code.

There's a section in the FAQ on my web site on how to make the scheduler auto-start with Windows. Please read "How can I make the scheduler start when Windows starts?" on the following page:

Since I cannot monitor forums all the time, I would be very grateful if anybody who has problems would also write to me directly at [email protected]. You can be sure that I will reply and fix any issues that should be there. Superflexible is frequently updated because I attempt to immediately fix any problems that users report.



software author here. Partial File Updating is only for updating large files over slow connections, and it cannot be combined with keeping multiple versions of the file, since that would defeat the purpose of updating the remote file quickly.


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