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How do I FTP the nightly backup of the k1000?
02/24/2016 1996 views
I had a bat calling a script in K1000 v5, but they went and changed the naming convention for version 6 which I didn't notice until we crashed a couple weeks ago.
Anyway, my script is no longer working. I can't find instructions for backing the 1000 off to a file server here at itninja, which surprises me.
How can I get my offsite backup working again?
Just for info, this is what I'm trying...I'm guessing the * is causing the issue but I don't know how to get around it.
rmdir c:\k1000backup /s /q
if "%1%"=="" goto usage
cd /D %1
for /F "usebackq tokens=1-3 delims=./- " %%p in (`date /t`) do mkdir %%r%%q%%p
for /F "usebackq tokens=1-3 delims=./- " %%p in (`date /t`) do cd %%r%%q%%p
echo backing up to %cd%
"%systemroot%\system32\ftp.exe -i" -s:"%scrptloc%\backup.scr"
echo bkupkbox dir
echo bkupkbox .
echo bkupkbox \\server\share
echo bkupkbox c:\
Big bonus is the ability to just download just today's date.
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Even using this I had to tweak my process a bit following the 6.4 upgrade. This is the Script I use differs slightly from the official instructions but this is how I got mine to copy the necessary files:
open (my K1000's IP Address)
Answered 02/24/2016 by: rockhead44