How do I do if I want to simple copy two folder with the same name but I don’t want it to be saved in the same folder?
I use Full backup.
For example I want to backup From Source destination: C:User\Username\AppData\Roaming\SlimBrowser\ and [i]C:\Program Files (x86)\SlimBrowser[/i]
to folders with the name: [i]User\Username\AppData\Roaming\SlimBrowser[/i] and
Program Files (x86)\SlimBrowser.
Is it possible to do that?
If you have two sources and two destinations, you need two backup jobs.
Having said that, you could export the two jobs to a script and merge them so you only have to run one thing.
Thank you for the answer!
When I was using Comodo Backup version 3 and I backed up the same two sources as I explain above to an external hard drive the destination path automatically were: [i]F:\autoruns_full_files\DRIVE_C\Users\Username\AppData\Roaming\SlimBrowser[/i] and [i]F:\autoruns_full_files\DRIVE_C\Program Files (x86)\SlimBrowser[/i].
I really liked that because then I know where they were in the explorer.
Now they are saved to F:\autoruns_full_files\SlimBrowser. The two folders are mixed in one folder, so I can not distinguish where they come from.
Is there any way that you can get it like it were in Comodo Backup version 3 so the folders are stored in a full path, instead of all the folders are directly stored in F:\autoruns_full_files?
From memory, there is a way to record the simple copied files with the original file path. I’ll check and post back when I get home from work.