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Is there any way to disable the prompts before it automatically runs (scheduled) backups? I just want it to do it and not have to bother with allowing it. Thanks!!

Edited by Julio, 28 March 2008 - 04:20 PM.

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Anyone?
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I've looked all over symantec's site and didn't find anything that would be helpful. What is the exact prompt that your getting?
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Thanks for taking the time to do that. It's something like: Backing up my computer / Allow backup? Then: Backing up documents / Allow backup? I believe that even if I don't do anything, it will continue to run. In other words, only if I click "no" does it do anything But I want to stop it from showing that little screen at all. THANKS!!
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you did use the ghost backup wizard to setup the schedule?
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Yes, I did. That's why it asks--it does it at the scheduled time. Thanks.
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would be nice if symantec would actually put a manual for it.

Here's a thought. Go to start, programs, accessories, and scheduled tasks. Take a look there and see what options are listed.
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Nothing. This is from the schedule I set in Ghost:

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It's all Ghost. :)
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whats available under the "advanced" button?
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LOL... This:

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I'm going to try to email Norton and see if I get an answer. If I do, I'll be sure to post it here. :)
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only thing I can think of is to contact symantec and see what they say.
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Thanks for your efforts.
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