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Old 10-03-2005, 03:39 PM
lou lou is offline
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How do I back up to one HD then another?

Hi.

I am using the latest SD on 10.4.

I have created a script called "Backup My FIles"

I choose "backup all files" (from default sd scripts) as the only script to perform.

In my options i set "repair", "smart update", and for after copy i run a customization script to disable spotlight for the drive.

All is good except I want to run the script to my 2nd internal drive first THEN after its done run the same script to my external FW drive.


If i do i manually and switch the "to" HD to the external FW after its done with my "internal" drive it works fine...


But how do i automate this to backup to my internal drive then my FW external after its done all with one script ...

thanks
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