Does anyone have any experience with software which will move files to a given folder/s by last access date? Please note : I would also like a pointer left in the original source folder which will bring the file back to 'live' if it is subsequently accessed.
i.e. really I want this whole process to be invisible to users - their data folders should look the same but in the background I want files not accessed for x days to be moved to an archive server - thus making the live server more trim in the event of a DR.
Ideally destination folder names would be created same as source folders rather than just dumped into one great archive folder
I don't want any batch files or such - would rather something with a nice front end and easy-to-use.
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