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Old 12-13-2007, 04:21 PM
nilesh nilesh is offline
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Manually start a backup of 2 or more drives in one shot

I'm wondering if the following is possible:

I basically want to manually "kick off" backups for two or more drives. But I only want to have to start it once and have it back up each drive one after and another in sequence. I may also want to do a specific action once its done (sleep or unmount the external drive for example).

The backups running simultaneously would be ok, but I'd imagine that would be a problem if I want it to do some specific action once its done. I'd settle for that if that's all that's possible. My main concern is that I can have it do everything unattended once I start it.

The only way I can think of is to do something like was done for the Maxtor OneTouch backup ( and you have each subsequent backup calling the next one once done. But I'm not quite sure if that would even work.
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