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Posted on 2009-04-07
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I am using robocopy to backup vcbmounter file backup mounting points. How can I just backup the drive letter and not the digit.s because I can cut my backup space in half
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a bit unclear on what you mean by "backup the drive letter and not the digits"

do you mean just backup the *.vmdk files?
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I need to use an exclude in robocopy to skip a directory name.
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