On Fri, Mar 14, 2008 at 2:42 PM, Wilt, Charles <WiltC@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Let's see, one product mentioned was a MS product that came with Win2003 Server. The other two both
support windows vista.

There's no version of robocopy that's supported under Windows Vista.
Yes, it is not good that it doesn't work on Vista, but the point is
that the author either played stupid or was stupid.

There are many pieces of backup software that is aware of junctions.
The "Complete PC Backup" included with Windows Vista is. ntbackup
supplied with Windows 2000 onward is (ntbackup is no longer included
in WS2008 or Vista). Symantec BackupExec supports junctions.

If you use the wrong tool for the job, you're doomed to failure.


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