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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

Multiple sources example 2

Checkbox Create initial source folder under target folder

Checkbox Synchronize Target Contents with Source

\\server1\C$\

\\server1\C$\folderA\

\\server1\C$\folderB\

Because the Create initial source folder under target folder check box is selected, the source folder structure is duplicated under the target path during the copy process. When the copy process is complete:

Multiple sources example 3

Checkbox_blank Create initial source folder under target folder

Checkbox Synchronize Target Contents with Source

\\server1\C$\

\\server1\C$\

Because the Create initial source folder under target folder check box is not selected, the source parent folder is not duplicated under the target path during the copy process, but the source subfolders are duplicated. When the copy process is complete:

IMPORTANT: When copying multiple source paths to a single target path, any file or folder with the same name located on the root of the source paths is overwritten by the file or folder of the same name in the last source path. See Scenario 1: Folders with the same name and Scenario 2: Files with the same name.

Multiple sources example 4

Checkbox_blank Create initial source folder under target folder

Checkbox Synchronize Target Contents with Source

\\server1\C$\

\\server1\C$\

Because the Create initial source folder under target folder check box is not selected, the source parent folder is not duplicated under the target path during the copy process, but the source subfolders are duplicated. When the copy process is complete:

IMPORTANT: When copying multiple source paths to a single target path, any file or folder with the same name located on the root of the source paths is overwritten by the file or folder of the same name in the last source path. See Scenario 1: Folders with the same name and Scenario 2: Files with the same name.

Applying filters

Applying filters gives administrators control over what content gets migrated, which is especially useful for the elimination of files that may not be necessary or appropriate in a corporate environment, such as TMP, MP3, MOV, MPG, WMA or any hundreds of others. Conversely, applying filters can allow for migrations based on file types. For example, if one server will hold data such as multimedia for a company, a system administrator can specify that only the files for that use will go to the new server. In this case they might copy only JPG, MPG, SWF, MOV, WAV, or any other file with an extension that may be of importance.

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