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Old 07-22-2011, 05:29 AM
mkalina mkalina is offline
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More than one Scheduled Copy... How?

Hi,

I used to have my backups running at 7am with finally ejecting my backup drive so that not by any chance the backup got compromised somehow.

Now I thought that it would be nice to have SuperDuper! automatically repair HD permissions every fourth week. This led me to the logic of three scheduled copies:
  1. 1st, 2nd, 3rd week, everyday - do the normal backup.
  2. 4th week, Monday to Saturday - do the normal backup.
  3. 4th week, Sunday - do the normal backup and before that check HD permissions.

Normally I would make my settings in the main window, click "Schedule..." and define when these things should happen as described in the user's manual. But this does not work.

Everytime I click "Schedule..." in the main window (v 2.6.4 on OSX Lion) the already existing scheduled copy will be modified, but no new one is created. I followed exactly what is said in the user's guide-pdf, but I do not manage to create a second or third scheduled copy...

Am I doing something wrong, is this a feature, or a bug?

Thanks,
Michael
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