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Folder structure of the source to the destination

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ringli71
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Folder structure of the source to the destination

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Hi,

how can I use Syncback to transfer the folder structure of the source (including drive specification) to the destination folder?

For example I have defined as source the folder "C:\folder 1\folder 2" and as destination the folder "D:\backup". The folder structure in the destination should look as follows: "D:\backup\C\folder 1\folder 2".

I hope you understand what i mean.

Kind regards
Dieter
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Re: Folder structure of the source to the destination

Post by Swapna »

Hi,

Sorry, its not supported in SyncBack.

Thank you
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Re: Folder structure of the source to the destination

Post by DocRD »

Hello Dieter,

you can write "C" manually in the destination path and set a filter for "folder 1":

Source: C:\
Filter: *\folder 1\*

Destination: D:\backup\C

The result should be: D:\backup\C\folder 1\folder 2

Lg Kai
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