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Resetting Run (with prompts) from Run (Unattended)

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michaelbshapiro
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Resetting Run (with prompts) from Run (Unattended)

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Colleagues

Sorry for what is likely a very basic question, but I did not see a Forum post on this topic.

I currently have nine separate profiles grouped as one so that I can quickly back up files between home and office computers via USB drive. Some of the profiles prompt me when changes are identified, however a few do not. Somewhere along the line I must have selected the drop-down during a run and told SyncBack free (currently running v 9.3.30.0 32-bit) to run unattended.

How do I reverse course and tell SyncBack that I want to be prompted whenever differences are encountered (e.g. disable Run Unattended)?

Thanks in advance for your guidance.

Mike
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Re: Resetting Run (with prompts) from Run (Unattended)

Post by mmullins_98 »

I do not think "Run unattended" is your problem in SyncBackFree, as that is only likely done by scheduling.
Instead, I suggest you look at the "Decisions-Files" tab for "Do nothing, Skip the file" being set in the problem profiles.
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