you Insert an USB flash drive into computer and the program Back up your files automatically, without any clicks or keystrokes.
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To setup backing up on inserting USB drive do the following:
Download and Install d_back.
Start Up scheduler.exe and install scheduler service - follow the instructions and select the appropriate item from menu.
Press button to create a new backup job - that will open a Command sheet. Select a backup profile, you want to automate. As an example we recommend to use My_Documents_to_flash.bks. This profile backs up all files from your My Documents directory to your USB Flash Drive:
Navigate to the Schedule sheet and press button. Here you choose the time when the job should be started. Select On Event button. In the field On Inserting media into the drive put the drive letter (for example G:) which will be assigned by system to your USB Flash on insertion:
Press OK to save settings. That's all. Now when you insert USB, the scheduler will start up backup job automatically, without your help. As a result - you'll get a zip-compressed copy of your documents directory on the flash drive.
Several notes:Take a look at the command to start up Job. If you did all exactly as written then the command is:
This command starts up command-line backup utility (d_back.exe) with a backup profile as a single parameter. In this case the processing is performed in invisible mode - you don't see any results of backing up, , neither windows or messages. To check up backup activities you can browse the job's log or you can explore the flash drive. This is not always convenient.
However, there is another way to launch backup job. You can use backup manager for this. In this case the command must be:
The main advantage of this way - you see the result of backup activity, the program's window with backup log remains visible, until you close it yourself.
The parameter Only for Media with Volume Label allows you to setup startup condition selectively, depending on usb drive volume label. If this parameter is empty then the event fired on insertion of any usb flash drive. But if you defined the media label then the task will be launched when you plug in the usb flash drive with this volume label only. This allows you to configure execution of different backup jobs on the same computer depending on what media you have plugged in.