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I am trying to find a free or cheap way to synch files between two network drives. I am looking for something that will allow me to do this on a schedule for a few MB to GB of data a day. It only needs to sync in a single direction. Anyone have any recommendations? I would really appreciate some help as my search has turned up nothing substantial.

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smart snyc pro..

try a few of these...

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or syncback, i've used this package numerous times for exactly what you're talking about

you can also just use a batch file with an XCopy command in it to copy an entire directory over. or use robocopy
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