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Secure Copy 7.5 - User Guide

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Setting other file options


Using map files to copy files and folders

A map file is a text file that creates a mapping between source and target files and folders. Using a map file gives you greater flexibility in the way that files and folders are copied, either from one computer to another or to Active Directory®.

To copy a file: C:\test\testfile.txt=\\targetserver\test\testfile.txt
To copy folders: C:\source\=\\ad3\e$\scy test\target\
To rename a file: C:\test\testfile.txt=\\targetserver\test\newtestfile.txt
To divert a file: C:\test\testfile.txt=\\targetserver\newDir\testfile.txt
To rename a folder: C:\test\=\\targetserver\C$\newfolder\
Click Jobs, and expand the job.
Click Other File Options.
Select Map Folders and Files.
In the Map File Path box, type the path or click Browse to locate the map file.
Click Copy Locations, and specify the source and destination paths. See Setting copy locations.

Copying encrypted files

If Secure Copy cannot encrypt the copied file, you can choose to create an unencrypted file on the target. When copying a file that is encrypted on the source, Secure Copy attempts to encrypt the file on the target using the Encrypting File System (EFS). If Secure Copy is unable to encrypt the file on the target, the copy will fail unless this option is selected.

Click Jobs, and expand the job
Click Other File Options.
Select Allow copy of encrypted files as unencrypted if encryption fails.

Copying off-line/stub files

By default, offline/stub files are skipped in a copy job. You can choose to copy files that are on an offline storage device, resulting in the original file being recalled from offline storage.

Click Jobs, and expand the job.
Click Other File Options.
Select Copy off-line files/stub files.