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tim5700
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Running robocopy after a job.

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I want to run robocopy after my backup jobs to mirror the backup drive to another drive to be taken off site. I see the option to run a command after each backup cycle. I have tried both inserting the actual robocopy command and writing a batch file and specifying the batch file in quotes. Neither has worked.

What is the proper way of doing this?

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Re: Running robocopy after a job.

Post by Gostev »

Proper way is exactly as you describe, both ways should work. A lot of our customers have been using this functionality since day one. Most likely, you don't have command line arguments or paths setup correctly. Logs should provide more information on what is happening and whether your file is actually started by backup job. It would be best if you open the support case and provide us with all logs. Thank you!

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