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  1. Retrospect 9.5 Server on Win7 Pro. Retrospect is installed on it's own drive, (best practice) ( Not the C:\ System Drive) in the folder "Program Files" There are also folders for Retrospect Catalogs, Reports, and Resources, plus a bunch of other assorted folders I have a script to backup the Retrospect Server Volume with a Selector which includes everything except the other assorted folders. I have just discovered that the "Program Folders" folder is never backed up. I tried variations of the Selector Explicitly including "Program Files" and Including Windows Special Folders "Program Files" but no matter what I try it will not backup that folder. I suspect that Retro recognises "Program Files" as being a special Windows Folder, and the Windows Special Folders Selector expects those folder to be on the System Drive. This could be a major issue as many Server applications are installed on non system Drives in a "Program Files" folder. which could prevent retrospect from properly backing up in these situations. Any thoughts or ideas?
  2. Hi. I just upgraded from Retrospect 7.7 to 8.1. I'm running Windows 7, 64-bit. I'm trying to understand how (or if) selectors work. This scenario doesn't seem to work: Create new selector. Leave the "Include" section unchanged, so "Include everything" is specified. Under the "Exclude" section, add one condition: Windows (FAT/NTFS) Special Folders is Recycle Bin. "Include enclosed folders" is checked. I select the Check Selector button and specify my C: drive as the source. The window that shows all the selected ("marked") files shows that C:\$Recycle.Bin and all the folders and files contained in that folder are selected. I expected the recycle bin NOT to be selected. Am I doing something wrong, or is this a bug?
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