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Old 02-04-2007, 11:49 AM
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Backing up to several drives

I need to backup different folders to separate drives. Is there a 'dummy' way of setting up multiple bu's? It's hard to tell in the interface what is going to be backed up, because when you change the "using" field in the interface, the "Copy" and "to" drives/folders stay the same. Am I supposed to blindly trust that Super Duper will copy the correct files to the correct drives as Smart Backups? Help a new switcher.

Actually, I guess my question is how do I backup to a folder on the backup drive instead just copying files to the drive? I would like to keep the file tree structure intact on the backup.

wayne

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