Windows Equivalent?

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I used to use Vice Versa to do the same thing - in fact it's still running all of the backups down at the studio. http://www.tgrmn.com/
 

Brad Snyder

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Richard, also have a look at MS's SyncToy. (It's free).

SyncToy

You can auto schedule it using the Windows Schedule Agent Control Panel tool.

This is the tool I use, altho' I can't say my needs are very sophisticated.
 
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Thanks Brad - it might be a slightly lesser equivalent to Chronosync, but certainly worth recommending! :)
 

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I've been using Second Copy on Windows PCs at work for year now. It seems similar to the ChronoSync I use on my Macs at home
 

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I know a few people that have been using "Karen's Replicator" for a while.

I'm still in the process of review some myself.
 
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DavidZvi;155'' said:
I know a few people that have been using "Karen's Replicator" for a while.

I'm still in the process of review some myself.

I'll vouch for Replicator. I have been using it for years for file-based backups and have had no problems.

--Ken
 

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Replytoken;156'4 said:
I'll vouch for Replicator. I have been using it for years for file-based backups and have had no problems.

--Ken


Another vote for Karen Kenworthy's Replicator. I have been using it for several years and find it works flawlessly.

Anthony.
 
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