We have an application that outputs PDF files to a directory on a server.
If users delete the PDF files from within the application, they will also be deleted on the server. I want to let the users have this kind of access, but I don't want to actually lose any of the files that were created.
I would like to find an application that monitors this folder and automatically makes a copy of new files as they are created and dumps them in another folder.
This file copier would need to run in the backgroud as a service and not be dependent on administrator intervention.
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