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Aug
13
revised iptables rule limiting the number of connection in a broken pipe case
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Aug
13
asked iptables rule limiting the number of connection in a broken pipe case
Nov
19
awarded  Famous Question
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Feb
26
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
17
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
13
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
24
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
6
comment How to delete files older than 30 days with robocopy?
No. I synced a new file file first, then I deleted it in the src folder and I ran the previous command with /mir and /minage:30 expecting a "delete files older than 30 days" behavior but it does not.
Jun
6
comment How to delete files older than 30 days with robocopy?
Good to know, but I will delete any file older than 3 days. This in not exactly what I want, I just want to delete files deleted in the src folder since n days.
Jun
6
revised How to delete files older than 30 days with robocopy?
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Jun
6
asked How to delete files older than 30 days with robocopy?
Jun
6
awarded  Student
Jun
6
accepted How to trigger a task at any change on a folder with Windows Server Task Scheduler?
Jun
6
asked How to trigger a task at any change on a folder with Windows Server Task Scheduler?
Jun
6
awarded  Scholar
Jun
6
accepted How to synchronize adds and modifications with another a local folder on Windows Server 2008?
Jun
6
comment How to synchronize adds and modifications with another a local folder on Windows Server 2008?
Excellent, I never heard about robocopy before, it correctly synchronizes my changes without deleting files when the mirror option is disabled. Any idea now of how to trigger it at any folder change ?
Jun
6
awarded  Editor
Jun
6
revised How to synchronize adds and modifications with another a local folder on Windows Server 2008?
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