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Did a big restore, how to tell retrospect not to back it all up AGAIN?

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Hi Lennart,

No, I haven't tried. The restore is over a Terabyte, so I wanted to investigate before I resume the proactive script that backs up that drive. Is there a setting I need to change in my script to have it ignore the dates? Or is the program smart enough to know? BTW, I am posting this in the wrong forum. I am using v8.2, not v9. Sorry.



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As I wrote: Retrospect doesn't care about the dates on the folders. Are the dates on the files correct?


Yes, Retrospect is smart enough to know. (Unless you mess around with the settings that disable that functionality.)


The version doesn't matter. I've used many versions since 3.0 and they are all smart enough to know.

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