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Old 03-22-2009, 07:08 AM
malones malones is offline
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Why can't I exclude files on a target?


I'd like to back up my main drive to an external target but leave a couple folders on the target untouched. I saw back in 2004 someone asked a similar question and the solution suggested was to partition the target drive. This seems a bit cumbersome. I'm wondering if this is still the only solution, and if so what is the reason? If I can easily ignore certain files/folders on the source, why isn't there a simple way to do the same for the target?

Thanks for any insight
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