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Multiple sharepoint sites in one task

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inode
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Multiple sharepoint sites in one task

Post by inode »

Hello everybody,

I was trying to setup a backup task from an office365 remote sharepoint and my local NAS. From my undestanding it's only possible to have a single sharepoint site each task. So if I need to backup 10 sites I need to have 10 tasks.

There is no way to have a single task with 10 differents sites inside?

Thank you in advance.

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Re: Multiple sharepoint sites in one task

Post by mmullins_98 »

Don't think there is a way to have multiple sources nor destinations.

There are ways to make setting up and running multiple profiles easier. You can create one profile and then copy it to a different name and just change the path. You can create a group profile that will run all profiles included either simultanous(parallel) or one after another in the order in the group. Thus you run the group which runs all the included profiles.

If you do not copy profiles then some of your settings can be shared which will allow you to just define them once. Sharing Settings work on Auto-close, Backup of email, Cloud, Emailing the log, FTP, Network, Variables (both for group and non-group profiles), When, Program, and Zip filter.
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