Kiwi Cat Tools V3 backup filename changes.

Posted on 2009-02-15
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I am currently trying to do backups or switches with Kiwi Cat Tools and am required to have each backup dated by MMDDYY. Currently the only way I have gotten it to have a date is the default YYYYMMDD it does. I am trying to find out if anyone else has an idea on if this is even possible. I have hundreds of backups per day to do and changing each one would be over time consuming. I have used all the resources I have access to and still cant find out how.
Question by:William2451
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    Try to look in this folder for a date config file. Open it and change the format of date and time to MMDDYY. Here is the path to the config file:
    C:\Program files\Cattools\Dated Configs\Default

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