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03 May 2012  
kado897

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DeaconFrost View Post
SyncToy can be scheduled to run as well, and is about as simple to set up as can be.

I can't think of a reason I would want a mirror sync to occur, because of a file was corrupted, deleted by accident, or altered in any other way....so is the other copy. That defeats the purpose and point of syncing.
With FreeFileSync you can save versions, which gets around your objection.
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