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mitchsc

Create Shortcut to FBackup GROUP Backup

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mitchsc    0

I have no idea if this is the correct forum for this question. If not, my apologies.

I use a freeware backup program called FBackup. http://www.fbackup.com/ I've been using it for years and am quite happy with it.

I have created 5 backup jobs for the various folders I choose to send to an external backup drive. There is a tricky series of steps to trigger a "Group Backup" which sequentially runs all 5 backup jobs, then shuts down the PC. Please see screenshot below.

I was wondering if it is possible to create some sort of link or shortcut to the menu item that starts the Group Backup.

The Group Backup steps are the following: Open FBackup > Right click the FBackup icon in the notification area of the Taskbar > Hover over "Backup Group" > move pointer to the left and click on "Backup My Backup Jobs Group".

Thanks for any help or direction on this...

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Tripredacus    285

Hello All. I'm not sure what happened to my screenshot. Sorry...

Fixed.

I haven't used the program myself. I noticed that on the link you posted, if you click "help" on the left, it goes to their own forum. Maybe the answer is in there.

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