Synchronize, backup, or copy files and folders #
with SyncFolders. Features include: versioning (including auto cleanup of old versions), filtering, previewing, scheduling (via Windows' Task Scheduler), verifying (via CRC32, MD5, or SHA-1 hash), launching via command line, support for long file names and UNC paths, and more. Does not natively support VSS, but can be paired with ShadowSpawn to copy in-use files after configuring and saving job rules in the GUI; e.g.,
shadowspawn.exe C:\Users\foo Q: "C:\Program Files\SyncFolders\SyncFolders.exe" /background /synchronize C:\Users\foo\Documents\backup.rls /log:C:\logs\backuplog.txt
(To prevent "You do not have write access to folder Q:." when using this procedure, uncheck "Use local database to track file changes" in the Advanced tab for the rule.)
- Runs ShadowSpawn.
- Mounts shadowed version of C:\Users\foo to Q:.
- Runs SyncFolders
- in the background,
- executing (rather than previewing)
- the backup.rls rule file,
- and logging results to backuplog.txt.
SyncFolders is unrestricted freeware and requires the .NET Framework.
/windows | May 17, 2016
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