Secure Copy 7.5 - User Guide

Using Secure Copy Setting copy options Running copy jobs Using the command line Managing licenses Running Update Utilities Troubleshooting PowerShell cmdlets

Creating a basic job

To create a basic copy job, you just need to name the job, choose a source and target, and click Run.

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Click New.
Select File | New.
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Click OK. The copy job name displays in the Jobs list.

NOTE: To change the job name, select the name, and then choose File | Rename. Alternatively, right-click the job name, and then choose Rename from the shortcut menu.
For the source, you can click Import to import a .TXT or .CSV file that contains multiple paths.
The Licensed Status column uses a color code to indicate the status of the copy job.
Green: Path is registered and there is no problem with the availability of licenses.
Red: Path is not registered or does not exist and there are no more licenses available. You must correct the status to run the job successfully.
Yellow: Path is not registered, but there are licenses available. When the job runs, a license will be consumed.
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Click Run.
Click Run this job now in the Actions area.

Changing basic copy job settings

On the Job Summary page, you have a few settings that you can change quickly to customize the copy job.

Copy changed files

Copy only changed files from the source to the target.

Copy all files

Copy all files from the source to the target.

do not synchronize

Contents of the target folder are not synchronized with the source.

synchronize

Purge orphaned files and folders on the target.

NOTE: To select additional options, click Synchronization in the Jobs pane. See Setting synchronization.

Do not send an email notification

Do not send an email notification when the copy job completes.

Send an email notification

Send an email to the specified address.

You are prompted to enter an email address. If you have not set SMTP settings, you are prompted to do so.

Ignore offline/stub files

Skip stub files during the copy process.

Recall offline/stub files from source

Copy stub files, which results in recalling the original file from storage.

Do not migrate file shares

File shares are not migrated to a destination server.

Migrate file shares

File shares are migrated to a target server.

Do not migrate local groups and users

Local groups and users are not migrated.

Migrate local groups and users

Local groups and users are migrated from the source to the target.

Selecting actions

Run the selected copy job. See Starting a copy job.

Test this job

Test the selected copy job. See Starting a copy job.

Schedule this job

Schedule the selected copy job. See Scheduling jobs.

View job logs

Open the Logs and Reports page. See Viewing logs and reports.

Setting copy options

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