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  • Exporting Shares and Subfolders

    I'm trying to use Exporter Pro to create a report of shares and subfolders (only two levels down), but it appears there are only two choices available...top level (no subdirectories) or top level (all subdirectories).

    Is there something in between or a way to create a customized report specifying how far to drill down into the subfolder level?

    Also, is there any information available in the forums on how to schedule these exports to run?

    Thanks,
    Pete

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    Re: Exporting Shares and Subfolders

    Unfortunately those are the only two options for exporting file information.

    Exporter Pro's help file has instructions for using the command line options. You can schedule it using Windows Task Scheduler.

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