Unattended or silent or automatic backup

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Unattended or silent or automatic backup

Postby keithwins » Mon Dec 21, 2009 4:08 am

Hi there,

I ran a mirror backup recently, and it stopped shortly into the operation to ask whether to skip a file it couldn't access/read. I was out, so when I returned (expecting the backup to be finished), it had barely started. I thought, for the future, there would be some checkbox somewhere that will allow it to ignore all system messages or something, but I haven't found it. Have I missed something? Mostly I'll be doing differential backups.

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Re: Unattended or silent or automatic backup

Postby Support » Wed Jan 06, 2010 1:50 pm


There is such an option.
To find it, open Backup4all, go to Tools->Options->Backup.
Uncheck the "Show file warnings" option.
Press OK.

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Re: Unattended or silent or automatic backup

Postby avrycmbl » Mon Sep 13, 2010 4:42 am

That's a very good point you have brought out here. The solution to this is indeed a very good piece of information you have provided over here, as there are many other users who have been unsure about this features. I'm sure that this would indeed be of a very good use to many of the people to have some extended knowledge about its usage.

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