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Old 03-14-2005, 04:14 PM   #1
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Default What file attributes allow being backed up?

I'm trying to figure out more about how backup works, and i don't understand what file attributes disallow a file from being backed up.

I think it would be system, i'm not sure though...
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Default Re: What file attributes allow being backed up?

Hi... I'm a bit confused on what you mean. Could you specify a bit more?

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You can back up anything, your whole PC if you want.
The attribute is for the file association to the system; and backing up doesn't take that into consideration.
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