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Win2K? I feel for you, believe me I do...
he he... no need to! I work in an ad agency, the script is for backing up the work of the "new media designers" =), so that they won't bother the sysadmin or me, when they need that file from yesterday which they just destroyed...
My plans are to make the script only take an image when there has been changes, and start creating zips for images older than a week...
For my own work, i have a notebook running w2k, an SGI indy running irix, a Powermac running linux and finally a Compaq iPaq pocketpc running linux (mostly for fun)
Basicly i get to use what ever tools i wish on what ever platform i wish to do my job...

Anyways.. I will take a look at rsync, looks like it might be a neat tool for file server maintenance....

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