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Create/upload password-protected ZIP file to FTP; Put Windows back to sleep

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nereus
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Create/upload password-protected ZIP file to FTP; Put Windows back to sleep

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Hello

I run SyncBackSE 6.5.49.0 on Windows 7, and have a couple of questions:
  1. For added safety, I'd like to zip a few locked files (Outlook, etc.) into a password-protected ZIP file, and upload it to a remote FTP server: Can SyncBackSE do this?
  2. I also notice that Windows doesn't go back to sleep after it's awaken to run SyncBackSE: What should I do?
Thank you.
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Re: Create/upload password-protected ZIP file to FTP; Put Windows back to sleep

Post by Conrad Chung »

nereus wrote:Hello

I run SyncBackSE 6.5.49.0 on Windows 7, and have a couple of questions:
  1. For added safety, I'd like to zip a few locked files (Outlook, etc.) into a password-protected ZIP file, and upload it to a remote FTP server: Can SyncBackSE do this?
  2. I also notice that Windows doesn't go back to sleep after it's awaken to run SyncBackSE: What should I do?
Thank you.
Please note that SyncBacksE V6 is outdated and we no longer provide support for it. As a gesture of goodwill, I will answer your questions briefly.

Yes, SyncBack can create password-protected zip files. Refer to the Compression section for more info. Backing up to a remote FTP server is not an issue either.

Regarding your second question, you can create a batch file with Windows hibernate/sleep command inserted into the Program-After section of your profile. Refer to the SyncBackPro's Help file for more info.
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Re: Create/upload password-protected ZIP file to FTP; Put Windows back to sleep

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Thank you.
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