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February 2021: EncryptOnClick: Encrypt & Decrypt

January 2021: SyncBack: Creating a group profile

January 2021: SyncBack: Creating a debug log

January 2021: SyncBack: Displaying the errors in a log file

  • SyncBack: Creating a debug log  If there is a problem with SyncBack then a 2BrightSparks support technician may ask for a debug log. This tutorial explains how to create one.
  • SyncBack: Creating a group profile  This tutorial shows how to create a group profile in SyncBack. It also shows how to order the profiles in a group and display the order of the profiles in the group in the main window.
  • SyncBack: Creating shared settings  Shared settings are the ideal way to make sure you only need to update one profile when something changes. For example, if you have more than one profile that uses the same account on an FTP server then you should use shared settings. This tutorial shows how to create shared settings. There is a seperate tutorial on how to use the shared settings in other profiles.
  • SyncBack: Displaying the errors in a log file  If a profile fails then there will be error messages in the help file that explain what happened and what failed. This tutorial shows how to display the log file and go the errors section of the log file.
  • EncryptOnClick: Encrypt & Decrypt  This tutorial shows how to encrypt and then decrypt a file using EncryptOnClick.
  • SyncBack: Ransomware Detection  In this tutorial we show how to enable ransomware detection, show what happens if you are infected and how to switch off ransomware detection.
  • SyncBack: Running a profile every hour  In this tutorial we create a schedule to run a profile every hour even if we are not logged into Windows.
  • SyncBack: Using shared settings  This tutorial shows how to use existing shared settings, e.g. you are connecting to an FTP server which is also being used by another profile. There is a seperate tutorial on how to create the shared settings.
  • SyncBack: Using the serial number of a drive instead of the drive letter  When you are using USB drives, Windows may change the drive letter when it is unplugged and plugged back in. To avoid problems you can configure your profile to recongize a drive via it's unique serial number instead of the drive letter.

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