lrosa wrote:An option "shutdown Windows on successful backup" could be very useful.
This could have two major advantegs. The first is of course power saving. The second is a feedback to the user: if he/she finds the PC turned off knows that the backup was successful.
Mike Resseler wrote:Hey Sebastian,
I agree that it would good to shutdown the PC no matter what, but maybe after the 2nd or 3rd (automatic) retry or something. On the other hand, I don't like the idea of having a pop-up for the end-user.
Mike Resseler wrote:What I might see in the future (We need to think about that ) is that the sysadmin gets a message through the integration of B&R or something. There is also a very long thread about central management in this forum (and I haven't said we are going to do that sooner or later ) but this would be something that fits in there also.
g7cnp wrote:I have tried several times with different backup products to script an automatic backup on shutdown, this would delay shutdown until the backup had completed. Now here's the tricky bit, if I restart rather than shutdown then i'm obviousely in the middle of something so don't want to do a backup. it seems very difficult to detect the difference between shutdown and restart, but I think that would suit many peoples requirements.
I have tried several times with different backup products to script an automatic backup on shutdown
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