Secure Copy 7.5 - User Guide

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Filtering files

You can filter files by file name or extension. You can create multiple filters, but you must add filters one at a time. In the following example, any files with the listed extensions are excluded from the copy job.

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Click Jobs, and expand the job.
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Click Filters.
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Select Apply filter to the files.
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Click Add.
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In the Add Filter Name box, type the characters to filter on, using the asterisk wildcard where needed.
EXAMPLE: *.txt
EXAMPLE: TEST* returns files such as TEST_FILE.doc
EXAMPLE: *TEST returns files such as BOB_FILE_TEST.doc
EXAMPLE: *TEST* returns files such as BOB_TEST_FILE.doc
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To filter files by date created, modified, or last accessed, select Filter Files by Specified Date, choose the type of files to include, and choose the type of date range.
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To filter files by size, select Include files between these sizes, and select the minimum and maximum sizes.

Filtering folders

In adding to filtering files, you can add a filter for folders. You can create multiple filters, but you must add filters one at a time. The asterisk wildcard is supported (New* would filter a folder named New Folder). During a migration this might be helpful for the elimination of folders that are not necessary and can be recreated later. Some examples are temp folders and Temporary Internet Files folders.

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Click Jobs, and expand the job.
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Click Filters.
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Select Include/Exclude folders.
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Click Add.
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In the Add Folder Name box, type the characters to filter on, using the asterisk wildcard where needed.
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To filter folders by date created, modified, or last accessed, select Filter Folders by Specified Date, choose the type of folders to include, and choose the type of date range.
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To limit the depth of the subfolders beneath the source folder that is selected for copy, select Limit folder recursion depth, and type a value to represent the level of subfolders (1 = one level; 2 = two levels).

Copying folder structures without files

At times it may be desirable to replicate a directory structure from one computer to another, but not include files that may reside within that structure.

By using a combination of folder and file selection filters, it is possible to create a copy job that includes all the folders/directories of a specified source path, but does not include any files within that path.

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Click Jobs, and expand the job.
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Click Copy Locations.

NOTE: When the source path is a drive root, such as \\server1\c$\, you may want to clear the Create initial Source Folder Under Target Folder check box on the Copy Locations page.
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Open the Filters page.
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Select Include/Exclude folders.
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Leave the Folder Names list empty.
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Select Apply filter to the files.
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Click Add, type an extension that does not exist within the selected source structure, such as xyz, and then click OK.

Setting performance options

The options on the Performance page affect the performance of the selected copy job. The selected options override the global options set with Tools | New Job Options. See Setting default performance settings.

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