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Hello all,

I have made an Windows Batchscript wich copys a dir to a networkshare, when the network share is not available it copys it to a local directory.

I want to script this in Autoit because of it progress bar capabilities. Is there yet a script wich does this already?

Thanks for your help.

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Well, you could take a look at FileMove() and Progress functions.

PS: Tell me your name (Just in time) doesnt say you need to make this quickly!

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Well, you could take a look at FileMove() and Progress functions.

PS: Tell me your name (Just in time) doesnt say you need to make this quickly!

It's JTT not JIT

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Hello all,

I have made an Windows Batchscript wich copys a dir to a networkshare, when the network share is not available it copys it to a local directory.

I want to script this in Autoit because of it progress bar capabilities. Is there yet a script wich does this already?

Thanks for your help.

Take a look at this and see if you can use any of it.

Use the config program first!

Backup.au3

BackupConfig.au3

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@all

There is no need to have a script run. This is standard windows functionality.

Called -> Offline Folders.

And if this doesn't make you happy.

Use the free SyncToy from MS.

Regards,

Patrick

That doesnt work for *.pst files (Microsoft Outlook).

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That doesnt work for *.pst files (Microsoft Outlook).

If you use VSS under XP or later, you can do it. By the way did anyone tried to use VSSCordinator COM object for this under Autoit?

I've also found this nice utility called HoboCopy that can do the trick (also using VSS): http://www.pluralsight.com/blogs/craig/arc...9/20/38362.aspx


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