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Rabu, 30 Maret 2011

How to Set FreeFileSync RealtimeSync.exe to run automatically on Windows

1st thing you need to know how to create a batch job with FreeFileSync main program
go to Menu > Advanced > Create batch job
Configure the settings as you desired then save it to your desire folder, for this case i will use dektop to save the batch job with a name "MyRealTimeSync.ffs_batch"
make sure that you enable the silent mode and ignore all error

after you got the file navigate to FreeFileSync Installation Folder and execute RealtimeSync.exe (Its a litle apps with red FreeFileSync icon)
Navigate to Menu > File > Load Configuration
Choose the *.ffs_batch file you had created before

1st Method
Navigate to Control Panel > Task Scheduler then click on Create Basic Task
Give a name for the Task whatever your wish
Select the "When I log on" button
Choose Start a program on Trigger tab
add a location of your batch file on add arguments box
if a warning box appear choose Yes and Finish

2nd Method
Create a shortcut on windows Startup folder then add type to the target textbox with your batch file location with quote
ex:"C:\Program Files\FreeFileSync\RealtimeSync.exe" "C:SyncJob.ffs_batch"

Now every time you Start your Windows You will had a Realtime Sync Running on the background.

6 komentar:

  1. How set this in Windows 7?

    BalasHapus
  2. Why not set it to computer start rather than log-on?

    BalasHapus
  3. BarcombeBoy, will this work just like a service set at boot level, right?

    BalasHapus
  4. The blog article very surprised to me! Your writing is good. In this I learned a lot! Thank you!
    realtime file sync

    BalasHapus
  5. For some reason (sure it's my fault) realtimesync is executing it's batch job every 5 minutes. I just want to kill the job. How do I do that?

    BalasHapus