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    psycik got a reaction from piroblecy in Drivebender v2 - keep files on single drive?   
    I thought I remember seeing somewhere that this may be an option?  or was it a feature request that I'd read a thread from?
     
    The premise that you specify a directory or a structure of directories to be confined to one physical drive.  Mainly for the purpose of say a system backup where if you had to restore your OS and drivebender was not running, you wouldn't have to manually search all drives in your system looking for the backups but knew you had the complete set.
     
    Unless the landing drive can specify the period that files are kept there and for a particular directory you say forever.
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    psycik got a reaction from JohnesRab in Drivebender v2 - keep files on single drive?   
    I thought I remember seeing somewhere that this may be an option?  or was it a feature request that I'd read a thread from?
     
    The premise that you specify a directory or a structure of directories to be confined to one physical drive.  Mainly for the purpose of say a system backup where if you had to restore your OS and drivebender was not running, you wouldn't have to manually search all drives in your system looking for the backups but knew you had the complete set.
     
    Unless the landing drive can specify the period that files are kept there and for a particular directory you say forever.
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    psycik got a reaction from carpinteyroryn in Drivebender v2 - keep files on single drive?   
    I thought I remember seeing somewhere that this may be an option?  or was it a feature request that I'd read a thread from?
     
    The premise that you specify a directory or a structure of directories to be confined to one physical drive.  Mainly for the purpose of say a system backup where if you had to restore your OS and drivebender was not running, you wouldn't have to manually search all drives in your system looking for the backups but knew you had the complete set.
     
    Unless the landing drive can specify the period that files are kept there and for a particular directory you say forever.
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    psycik got a reaction from DrupleTep in Drivebender v2 - keep files on single drive?   
    I thought I remember seeing somewhere that this may be an option?  or was it a feature request that I'd read a thread from?
     
    The premise that you specify a directory or a structure of directories to be confined to one physical drive.  Mainly for the purpose of say a system backup where if you had to restore your OS and drivebender was not running, you wouldn't have to manually search all drives in your system looking for the backups but knew you had the complete set.
     
    Unless the landing drive can specify the period that files are kept there and for a particular directory you say forever.
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