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Duplication on a different PC



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No, at this time, there isn't a good way to do this.


The "best" way, if you have a NAS that supports it is "iSCSI". It works over the network, but presents a virtual physical disk. This can be added to DrivePool, and you can use the "Disk Usage Limiter" balancer to ensure only duplicated data ends up on it, as well as the file placement rules. 

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Crashplan isn't going to offer duplication, it's backup software, not syncing software. The advantage (one of them anyway) of backup software is versioning.  You can get back different versions of your files.


If you simply want to sync a copy of your pool or some subset of the files on it at different intervals, look into Syncback, FreeFileSync, etc.  I've used others, but none with the simplicity and robustness of those two.  I use Syncback for automated syncing, and FreeFileSync for one-offs.

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