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Use file synchronization to make exact copy of current .zip file

02/23/2018 967 views
I have a .zip folder that holds some images that i need pushed out to the computers and I have accomplished this using file synchronizations. The problem i  am having is that it just keeps adding the new images to the target folder and leaves the old images there. To me file synchronization means that it would make the target folder the same as what I am pushing out, not just adding to it. Is there some way or some setting that would allow me to do this? "Do this" meaning remove any files from the target folder that do not exist in the .zip that i am syncing it with?
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  • There may have been some confusion about my request. I am not wanting a copy of the .zip file in the folder (which is what i got with the "Do Not Uncompress distribution" option. I am wanting an exact duplication of the contents of the target folder with the contents of the .zip folder i am syncing out
  • There may have been some confusion about my request. I am not wanting a copy of the .zip file in the folder (which is what i got with the "Do Not Uncompress distribution" option. I am wanting an exact duplication of the contents of the target folder with the contents of the .zip folder i am syncing out

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You done all right except you did not check the checkbox: Do Not Uncompress Distribution
Because by default you want to have the contents of the zip file in the target location.
Answered 02/23/2018 by: Nico_K
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