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freefaller

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  1. I have the pictured DLL quarantined on my server - just wondering if I should be worried?
  2. Just wondering how this works with Clouddrive. Any point enabling it at all? Given that the data is already encrypted.
  3. Ah, perfect thanks. Cleared it right up.
  4. Is there any way to increase the size of the cloud drive? I'm happy with my testing and want to start using the software in earnest, and thought it would be easier to just increase the 100gb test drive I'd created. Also, can someone explain the pie chart figures to me? Where is the "Local: 1,024MB" coming from? I have 90GB of data on my local drive. Also explain pinned please?
  5. I'm just running the robocopy job in a batch file on startup on one of my servers. Unless there's a better way?
  6. I've almost finished virtualising my home infrastructure, with everything running on a backbone of Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacentre. This seemed like such a good idea (and it was!) until the premature arrival of my new Son. Now its going rather slowly...! The last device remaining outside of this is my WHS2011. I have P2V'd my WHS2011 and am preparing to make that transition after some testing this weekend. I'm just wondering though if I might take this opportunity to move to Server 2012 R2 (Essentials or otherwise), especially given the EoL of WHS (though I understand we will con
  7. I thought I'd stick my robocopy job up that I've been using for testing - succesfully so far - on the chance it might help someone else achieve what I've been trying to achieve . @echo @echo Begin Monitoring @echo robocopy P:\ E:\ /E /Z /XA:H /W:10 /MT:2 /MON:1 This runs on drive P:\ to drive E:\ and the switches do the following: /E - copy subdirectories, including Empty ones. /Z - copy files in restartable mode. /XA:H - excludes hidden files. /W:10 - waits 10 seconds between retries /MT:2 - uses two threads for copying /MON:1 - monitor the source (P:\) and run every 1 minute Because
  8. Thanks, all very helpful answers and certainly enough for me to start trialling the software .
  9. Hi, I've a few questions which are probably simple to answer. I've had a search but not found anything concrete. Firstly, any news on when it will leave Beta (how longs a piece of string, right)? I'm not particularly keen on using beta software for the type of data I want to store remotely. Secondly, any issues using it with in a Hyper-V client sitting on Server 2012 R2 Datacentre (I'm probably going to be running WHSv2011 as a virtual machine assuming I can get the P2V working)? Unlikely I'd have thought but I'm in the process of moving everything to virtual "hardware" so worth check
  10. freefaller

    Data & Drive Help

    It does sound like what I'm after. Now to try and automate a process to convert it to html...
  11. freefaller

    Data & Drive Help

    I think your only option is going to be the hope that data recovery software will be able to at least scrape filenames, if not recover the actual files. I'd recommend Recuva64, I've used this successfully in the past, and it's free. FWIW I'd like something in Drivepool to dump a list of files to a handy format, eg html once a month or at the click of a button. I've now built my own using a crude batch file that I'll just update monthly or so but it would be nice to have a built in feature. For example, I'd like to know what in my drivepool isn't duplicated. Sure I know what folders
  12. Sorry for the semihijack, but does anyone know of a defragger that works on volumes without drive letters? I don't assign pool drives a letter.
  13. For anyone else who hits this problem...yes it really was this simple. Removed the new drivepool letter, change the old one, reboot. Et voila. However...if anyone has any ideas it would be really good to know if this might have any repercussions, I really can't think why it would...
  14. So I've been having some hardware issues, and I've had to reinstall WHS 2011. My drivepool is largely intact though, albeit with a few missing files, I'm having issues recreating my old drivepool though. The install has created the new drive pool on D:\, my old drivepool has been assigned K:\. So I want to move the folders across so that music. Here's the new (default) pool: The view from Windows...where D:\ is the new pool, K is the old pool, M and Z are backup disks outside the pool. When I add a folder that exists in my old pool, but not the default, so in effect a new fold
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