Posted 05 April 2008 - 11:40 PM
At windows startup, I want to run [c:\program files\erunt\autoback.exe] I want it to add the backup files to c:\windows\erdnt and include the current date, as well as to back up the system, current user, and other open user registries.
I read the erunt documentation, but I'm having a bit of trouble.
I tested this at the run menu: [c:\progra~1\erunt\autoback.exe /noconfirmdelete /noprogresswindow c:windows\erdnt #date# sysreg curuser otherusers] (no brackets). Instead of creating the backup at "c:\windows\erdnt\[date]\users...", I found the new backup in a newly created folder in program files, called "windows\erdnt\users...," plus there was no date appended to it. I used autoback instead of erunt because I want it to delete older backups. I guess my command line is wrong.
In any case, can comeone please tell me how to put a command in the start menu so I can backup at every startup to the windows\erdnt folder. Do I make a bat file with the command line? If so, I hope y'all can straighten me out on my command line syntax.