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File Server Migrations

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File Server Migrations

Post by ajpion »

I am running the trial version of SyncBackPro with the hope I will be purchasing the product. The reason I'm looking into the software is to migrate file shares from a NetApp filer to a NAS.

I was wondering if there is a method of setting the source to accept a .csv file that defines all my shares on the server i want to migrate. Setting the destination is pretty straightforward.

If i simply set the source as \\FileServer1\ the profile will not connect to the source server because i don't have a shared folder defined. I want to migrate all shares at once. If the shares can be read from a .CSV or .txt file like Robocopy can, this would make synchronization or mirroring so much easier than setting up profiles for every share. Some file servers have hundreds of shares.
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Re: File Server Migrations

Post by Swapna »


The feature you requested is not supported in SyncBackPro. However, we will pass your request on to our development department for their review.

Thank you
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