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    1. Hey guys i'm working as an IT-System Administrator for a company and they needed a "Low-Budget" Backup for their Files. this is running via a scheduled task everyday at 9pm on a server If you got some question u can feel free to ask me :3 i thought i could share the script (reduced to basic) for your computers Full script is made with PSVersion 5.1.14409.1018 # Full DAILY Backupscript with 7 Days to keep #region initializing # You can use this here if you need to place the files on a NAS / Server net use A: /d /y net use A: \\path\to\backup\folder /user:username password #endregion initializing ############################################################################################################################################################## ## ## ## ## ## ## Set Variables ## Set Variables ## Set Variables ## Set Variables ## ## ## ## ## ## ############################################################################################################################################################## #region Variables #F_DATE # Here you collect the date & how many days u want to keep files. # i'm doing it 7 days back $date = Get-Date -Format "yyyy-MM-dd" $Daysback = "-7" $DatetoDelete = (Get-Date).AddDays($Daysback).ToString('yyyy-MM-dd') Write-Host -ForegroundColor Red -BackgroundColor Black "Date Defined" #F_FPath # Here we define our Paths where the files gonna be. an empty folder to clear faster, the Logdrive, the Drive u are gonna Backup, the Path to the Backup, and another logfile path # also we create the actual folder :) $nofiles = "C:\Data\NoFiles" $strLogPath = "\\path\to\log\files\" $strMassDrive = "D:" $strBackupDrive = "\\path\to\backup" $strLogDrive = "\\path\to\webserver\for\LOG" New-Item -Path $strBackupDrive\$date -ItemType directory -ErrorAction Ignore Write-Host -ForegroundColor Red -BackgroundColor Black "Backup Paths defined" #F_Logfiles # some stuff for Logs # u don't need to change that :) $strLogFile ="$strBackupDrive\Logs\"+ $date + "_backup.txt" $strLogFile1 ="$strBackupDrive\Logs\"+ $date + "_full.txt" $strDelFile ="$strBackupDrive\Logs\"+ $date + "_deleted-files.txt" $shortCopyFile = "$strBackupDrive\"+ $date + "_copied.log" $shortDelFile = "$strBackupDrive\"+ $date + "_deleted.log" $index = "$strLogDrive\index.html" Write-Host -ForegroundColor Red -BackgroundColor Black "Logfiles defined" #F_Folders # Here you place the folder which u want to backup. # Syntax => $variable = ("pathtofile"); $strDataFolder = ("C:\Users\ADMIN\Documents"); $strPictureFolder = ("C:\Users\ADMIN\Pictures"); Write-Host -ForegroundColor Red -BackgroundColor Black "Backup Folder defined" #F_SetBackup # Here we defined the "FROM & TO" stuff # Always be sure the folders are in the same Order. FromFolder 1 should be the same as ToFolder 1 $argsFromFolders = ( "$strDataFolder", "$strPictureFolder"); $argsToFolders = ( "$strBackupDrive\$date\DATA", "$strBackupDrive\$date\Pictures",); Write-Host -ForegroundColor Red -BackgroundColor Black "Arguments defined" Start-SleepProgress -Seconds 5 clear #endregion ############################################################################################################################################################## ## ## ## ## ## ## Make Backup ## Make Backup ## Make Backup ## Make Backup ## ## ## ## ## ## ############################################################################################################################################################## #region Backup #F_OldBackup # here we delete the old backup if (Test-Path "$strBackupDrive\$DatetoDelete") { robocopy $noFiles "$strBackupDrive\$DateToDelete" /MIR } else { Write-Host -ForegroundColor Cyan "No Backup found.. Continuing now" } #F_NewBackup # here we create the new backup, and create the logfile For ($i=0; $i -lt $argsFromFolders.Length; $i++) { robocopy $argsFromFolders[$i] $argsToFolders[$i] *.* /MIR /MT:8 /w:0 /r:1 /TEE /NP /NDL /DCOPY:T /UNILOG:$strLogfile gc $strLogFile | Out-File $strLogFile1 -Append gc $strLogFile | select -first 15 | Out-File $shortCopyFile -Append gc $strLogFile | select -last 10 | Out-File $shortCopyFile -Append Write-Host -ForegroundColor Cyan "Log Edited" } #endregion ########################################################################################################################################################## ## ## ## ## ## ## LOG FILE ## LOG FILE ## LOG FILE ## LOG FILE ## ## ## ## ## ## ########################################################################################################################################################## #region Logfile #F_CreateLog # this is just to get an HTML Index file with the link to the Logfiles so u get an overview of the backups. # if the backup is older than 7 days, the log file is still here but the files arent :P cat "$strBackupDrive\$date*.log" | sc $strBackupDrive\$date\overview.txt Write-Host -ForegroundColor Cyan "Logfiles merged" $cont = "<font face='monospace'>$(Get-Content $strBackupDrive\$date\overview.txt | ForEach-Object {"$($_ -replace '\s',' ') <br/>"})</font>" ConvertTo-Html -Title "Robocopy Backup" -Body $cont | Out-File $strLogPath\$date.small.html Write-Host -ForegroundColor Cyan "Backup Summary Created" $cont = "<font face='monospace'>$(Get-Content $strLogFile1 | ForEach-Object {"$($_ -replace '\s',' ') <br/>"})</font>" ConvertTo-Html -Title "Robocopy Backup" -Body $cont | Out-File $strLogPath\$date.big.html Write-Host -ForegroundColor Cyan "Full Backup Log Created" Add-Content -path $index -value "`r`n<a href=`"day/$date.small.html`">`&Uuml`;bersicht vom Daily Backup ( $date )</a>`&nbsp`;`&nbsp`;`&nbsp`;`&nbsp`;`&nbsp`;`&nbsp`;<a href=`"day/$date.big.html`">Ganzer Log vom Daily Backup ( $date )</a><br/>" Write-Host -ForegroundColor Cyan "Index up-2-date ($date)" #Old_Files # and here we delete the old folder and the temp logfiles if (Test-Path "$strBackupDrive") { Remove-Item "$strBackupDrive\$DatetoDelete" -ErrorAction Ignore Remove-Item "$strBackupDrive\$date*.log" -ErrorAction Ignore Write-Host -ForegroundColor Cyan "Files Deleted" } else { Write-Host -ForegroundColor Cyan "No Logs found.. Continuing now" } #endregion
    2. Hey guys! I am curious as to what you all think of System Restore, and I think it could be good to start a little debate on it- because there are tech pros (and home users) who are firmly in support of it and others who firmly dislike it. So let's start with what "System Restore" actually is and does: System Restore was introduced with Microsoft Windows ME as a way to "rollback" a system after driver installation or modifications of system files rendered a computer unstable. It does this by creating images, or "snapshots" of the Windows Registry, along with key System files and the user profile. In it's initial rendition, a background service would monitor for certain file extensions (like *.exe, *.dll, *.sys, etc) and would create copies of said files and the registry values that associated with them- before they were changed or overwritten. There was/is also a scheduled snapshot point (much like how you might run antivirus once a week) to make a cushion, so to speak, so you would always have a point to restore to. In Windows Vista and later, System Restore began tracking changes at a block-level (think physical data on your disk). It would create copies of every file in the Windows folder, and make images of files outside of the Windows directory, based on file extension filtering. Restore Points are also created automatically when drivers and/or software is installed, and whenever Windows Update runs. Now here's what I think: I have used System Restore several times over the years, and each and every time- it has done nothing but disappoint. I have never seen it actually fix an issue, but rather mitigate it (ie: buy me time). Most of the times that I have used it, it has actually failed to restore, and would spend 30+ minutes reverting the changes. It's also notorious for being a cesspool for viruses and other malware- it's the first thing malicious software likes to infect, in an attempt to prevent removal. Although I have used it in the past to quickly get a workstation up and running again, there was always an underlying problem that needed attention, and I feel that it is rather worthless for anything other than quickly getting a "mission critical" machine back up to prevent unscheduled downtime. I also think that it provides users with a false sense of security, and I've seen people tinker with system settings and files with the pretense that "if they mess up", they can "always use System Restore". Personally, I save my disk space and keep System Restore turned off. I feel that if one really wants a "versioning" file system, shadow copies, or a backup- they need a full backup solution that writes to a separate drive, and has control over every file. For the average-Joe home user, I think it could serve a purpose. But for anybody who has familiarity with computers, I'd say that System Restore does more harm than good. Now I'm curious as to what you think! Feel free to post your opinion
    3. Version 2.2.0.0

      48 downloads

      RestoreET Version 2.2.0.0 is released. This is an updated version of RestoreET Version 2.1.0.0 which I released few weeks ago. Note: Please use Version 2.2.0.0 instead of Version 2.0.0.0 as Version 2.0.0.0 does not include auto update and it would not work since RestoreET needs the latest version in order to function. Since Version 2.1.0.0, you need not keep checking F|A Download Section to receive the latest update for RestoreET. RestoreET will automatically check for updates and install the latest update. I have tested the updater and it works fine. I hope it works as it is suppose to. If you encounter any problems updating RestoreET, please contact me (blackknight8653) as soon as possible so I can issue a fix. Alternatively, you can manually download the latest version of RestoreET from F|A Download Section when it is approved or through my website. Thank you. Those with Version 2.1.0.0 need not download this new update as RestoreET Version 2.1.0.0 will auto update to Version 2.2.0.0 when launched. If there is problem updating, you can manually update by downloading this package. Thank you. Some background on what is RestoreET: RestoreET is a small application created after gaining an inspiration from -=Medic=-'s Enemy Territory Auto pk3 cleaner. You can see -=Medic=-'s forum topic on Enemy Territory Auto pk3 cleaner through this link: Link You can find -=Medic=- Version of Enemy Territory Auto pk3 cleaner here: Link The aim of RestoreET is to be an All in one tool to backup and clean your ET Installation. RestoreET is a small application, a compliment of ETManager, which provides users many options to backup their necessary files such as etkeys, mod keys (eg. silent keys), profiles, user configuration (eg. Autoexec.cfg). It also provides options to delete user files (eg.profiles, etkey, etc) and unused files (.tmp, .pid, custom menu pk3 files, custom sound packs, custom skin packs, etc). Difference from -=Medic=-'s Version: Supported Mods: NOTE: THIS PROGRAM REQUIRES AN INTERNET CONNECTION. This is due to the fact that the application compares files with an online official file list to detect which files are map files, mod files, custom menu files, custom sound packs, custom skin packs etc hence, allowing for more accurate backup and deletion of files. I admit that the online official file list is not perfect. If you find any files that are deleted by mistake or not backup, please notify me (blackknight8653) and I will reply as soon as possible. The online official file list is continuously updated so please notify me if any files needs to be whitelisted. Thank you. All backups are stored in your computers Documents Folder and the folder name "ETManagerBackup". You can also use other programs which I have created such as ETManager (Note it is "ETManager" NOT "ET Manager") You can find the installation instructions for RestoreET in the zip file in a text file named "INSTALL". You can find the changelog for RestoreET in the zip file in a text file named "Changelog". You can find the credits for RestoreET in the zip file in a text file named "Credits". It is important to read the disclaimer as well which is located in the zip file in a text file named "Disclaimer". If you have any feature request or support questions, please contact me (blackknight8653). I may add a local whitelist file in the future where users can add their own files that they do not wish to delete to the list. Though I tested the application before releasing it, I would like to point out that I am not responsible for anything that might happen as a result of the use of the application. USE THIS SOFTWARE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Alternative Download Link: Mega Note: You need Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.1 installed. Required Files: Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.1 Official Download: Web Installer Offline Installer Supported Platforms: Windows Tested on: Windows 7 Professional VirusTotal Result: RestoreET(EXE) Hashes: Installation Instructions: Changelog: Plans for the future: Known Bugs: Images: Video: Thank you. Please leave feedback so I can improve this product. Appreciate it. ETManager and RestoreET is created by me (blackknight8653). You can follow me on Twitter: @blackknight8653
    4. File Name: RestoreET File Submitter: blackknight8653 File Submitted: 06 May 2015 File Category: Software RestoreET Version 2.2.0.0 is released. This is an updated version of RestoreET Version 2.1.0.0 which I released few weeks ago. Note: Please use Version 2.2.0.0 instead of Version 2.0.0.0 as Version 2.0.0.0 does not include auto update and it would not work since RestoreET needs the latest version in order to function. Since Version 2.1.0.0, you need not keep checking F|A Download Section to receive the latest update for RestoreET. RestoreET will automatically check for updates and install the latest update. I have tested the updater and it works fine. I hope it works as it is suppose to. If you encounter any problems updating RestoreET, please contact me (blackknight8653) as soon as possible so I can issue a fix. Alternatively, you can manually download the latest version of RestoreET from F|A Download Section when it is approved or through my website. Thank you. Those with Version 2.1.0.0 need not download this new update as RestoreET Version 2.1.0.0 will auto update to Version 2.2.0.0 when launched. If there is problem updating, you can manually update by downloading this package. Thank you. Some background on what is RestoreET: RestoreET is a small application created after gaining an inspiration from -=Medic=-'s Enemy Territory Auto pk3 cleaner. You can see -=Medic=-'s forum topic on Enemy Territory Auto pk3 cleaner through this link: Link You can find -=Medic=- Version of Enemy Territory Auto pk3 cleaner here: Link The aim of RestoreET is to be an All in one tool to backup and clean your ET Installation. RestoreET is a small application, a compliment of ETManager, which provides users many options to backup their necessary files such as etkeys, mod keys (eg. silent keys), profiles, user configuration (eg. Autoexec.cfg). It also provides options to delete user files (eg.profiles, etkey, etc) and unused files (.tmp, .pid, custom menu pk3 files, custom sound packs, custom skin packs, etc). Difference from -=Medic=-'s Version: Supported Mods: NOTE: THIS PROGRAM REQUIRES AN INTERNET CONNECTION. This is due to the fact that the application compares files with an online official file list to detect which files are map files, mod files, custom menu files, custom sound packs, custom skin packs etc hence, allowing for more accurate backup and deletion of files. I admit that the online official file list is not perfect. If you find any files that are deleted by mistake or not backup, please notify me (blackknight8653) and I will reply as soon as possible. The online official file list is continuously updated so please notify me if any files needs to be whitelisted. Thank you. All backups are stored in your computers Documents Folder and the folder name "ETManagerBackup". You can also use other programs which I have created such as ETManager (Note it is "ETManager" NOT "ET Manager") You can find the installation instructions for RestoreET in the zip file in a text file named "INSTALL". You can find the changelog for RestoreET in the zip file in a text file named "Changelog". You can find the credits for RestoreET in the zip file in a text file named "Credits". It is important to read the disclaimer as well which is located in the zip file in a text file named "Disclaimer". If you have any feature request or support questions, please contact me (blackknight8653). I may add a local whitelist file in the future where users can add their own files that they do not wish to delete to the list. Though I tested the application before releasing it, I would like to point out that I am not responsible for anything that might happen as a result of the use of the application. USE THIS SOFTWARE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Alternative Download Link: Mega Note: You need Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.1 installed. Required Files: Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.1 Official Download: Web Installer Offline Installer Supported Platforms: Windows Tested on: Windows 7 Professional VirusTotal Result: RestoreET(EXE) Hashes: Installation Instructions: Changelog: Plans for the future: Known Bugs: Images: Video: Thank you. Please leave feedback so I can improve this product. Appreciate it. ETManager and RestoreET is created by me (blackknight8653). You can follow me on Twitter: @blackknight8653 Click here to download this file
    5. Version 2.0.0.0

      12 downloads

      RestoreET Version 2.0.0.0 is released. This is a rewrite and an updated version of RestoreET Version 1.0.0.0 which I released few weeks ago. You can view the old topic here: Link Some background on what is RestoreET: RestoreET is a small application created after gaining an inspiration from -=Medic=-'s Enemy Territory Auto pk3 cleaner. You can see -=Medic=-'s forum topic on Enemy Territory Auto pk3 cleaner through this link: Link You can find -=Medic=- Version of Enemy Territory Auto pk3 cleaner here: Link The aim of RestoreET is to be an All in one tool to backup and clean your ET Installation. RestoreET is a small application, a compliment of ETManager, which provides users many options to backup their necessary files such as etkeys, mod keys (eg. silent keys), profiles, user configuration (eg. Autoexec.cfg). It also provides options to delete user files (eg.profiles, etkey, etc) and unused files (.tmp, .pid, custom menu pk3 files, custom sound packs, custom skin packs, etc). Difference from -=Medic=-'s Version: Supported Mods: NOTE: THIS PROGRAM REQUIRES AN INTERNET CONNECTION. This is due to the fact that the application compares files with an online official file list to detect which files are map files, mod files, custom menu files, custom sound packs, custom skin packs etc hence, allowing for more accurate backup and deletion of files. I admit that the online official file list is not perfect. If you find any files that are deleted by mistake or not backup, please notify me (blackknight8653) and I will reply as soon as possible. The online official file list is continuously updated so please notify me if any files needs to be whitelisted. Thank you. All backups are stored in your computers Documents Folder and the folder name "ETManagerBackup". You can also use other programs which I have created such as ETManager (Note it is "ETManager" NOT "ET Manager") You can find the installation instructions for RestoreET in the zip file in a text file named "INSTALL". You can find the changelog for RestoreET in the zip file in a text file named "Changelog". You can find the credits for RestoreET in the zip file in a text file named "Credits". It is important to read the disclaimer as well which is located in the zip file in a text file named "Disclaimer". If you have any feature request or support questions, please contact me (blackknight8653). I may add a local whitelist file in the future where users can add their own files that they do not wish to delete to the list. Though I tested the application before releasing it, I would like to point out that I am not responsible for anything that might happen as a result of the use of the application. USE THIS SOFTWARE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Alternative Download Link: Mega Note: You need Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.1 installed. Required Files: Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.1 Official Download: Web Installer Offline Installer Supported Platforms: Windows Tested on: Windows 7 Professional VirusTotal Result: RestoreET(EXE) Hashes: Installation Instructions: Changelog: Plans for the future: Known Bugs: Images: Video: Thank you. Please leave feedback so I can improve this product. Appreciate it. ETManager and RestoreET is created by me (blackknight8653). You can follow me on Twitter: @blackknight8653
    6. Hello everyone~~So this is my first project after graduation. Allow me to give it a new introduction a little bit: Click HERE to try it! and please please kindly give me your feedbacks thanks a lot!! Who is App Master? App Master is the best privacy protector and memory booster for your Android devices. What do App Master do? Hide Your Gallery: Got a few ‘personal’ pictures on your cellphone? No more worries, a brandnew ‘Hide Your Gallery’ function is coming to App Master so no more leaks ever after! Lock: Lock & protect your Apps, messages, and other chatting tools with a simple pattern/password. It enables you to one-tap locking Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter, SMS and Gmail, quickly and easily. Boost: One-click cleaning up your mobile devices with maximum boost, free up its memory and speed up your phone Backup: Backup & restore all your Apps and settings to the SD card. The backup function empowers you to share your Apps with your friends Mobile-Data-Free. What makes App Master individual, a newly-developed but the most recommended one? - One tap Lock/Unlock your Apps, easier and simpler to protect your privacy. - Boost and improve your devices’ operating performance. - Backup and Mobile-Data-Free sharing. - Has the smallest installation package in play store. - Track your mobile data usage. Thank you for your support
    7. So, you want to back up or move your saved player data to a new PC running Windows 7 64bit? Here's a quick tutorial showing where to find your player data, and how to re-install on a new PC. To backup or find your player data: Step 1: Open Windows Explorer, and select your C: drive. Step 2: Click on the "Program Files(x86)" folder. Step 3: Click on the "Activision" folder. Step 4: Click on your "Call of Duty - Modern Warfare" folder. Step 5: This is the key to finding your players data. You need to click on the "Compatibility Files" button, right under the address bar in Explorer. Step 6: After clicking on the "Compatibility Files" button, your folder contents should change. You should now be able to see your "players" folder. Open this folder. It should look like this: Step 7: Now you should see a "profiles" folder. Step 8: You are now at the profiles level. You should be able to see your profile name here. Keep in mind that your profile name is whatever you first created it as, and not neccessarily what your "in game name" is. This is the folder you want to backup. You can create a copy of this entire folder and place it somewhere else for safe keeping. Keep in mind that the backup will only contain what you have saved to date (i.e. unlocked weapons, rank, etc.). Your backup copy WILL NOT be updated, so you may want to backup on a normal basis. For Re-Installs on a Windows 7 64bit PC: 1. Follow above instructions to create a backup of your player data on the "old" PC. 2. Do a fresh install of the game on the new PC. IMPORTANT NOTE: In order to re-install your saved player data on the new PC, you MUST use the same CD Key! If you use a different copy of the game your player data WILL NOT WORK. 3. After install is complete, you'll need to play a game of multiplayer to create the multiplayer files. IMPORTANT: When you create your multiplayer account on the new PC, make sure you use the same account name as your previous account. Example: If in Step 8 above your profile name was "player1", you'll want to use "player1" for your account name on the new PC. 4. After playing a round on multiplayer, close COD4. Now find the player data as explained above and replace the newly created player profile with your backup copy from your old PC, and you should be all set! Restart COD4 and your profile should be in place! *Alternate Location for Player Data*: There is an alternate place to find your player data. Some PC's have it, others don't (Don't ask me why). Anyway the location is here: C:/Users/YOUR USER ACCOUNT NAME/AppData/Local/Virtual Store/Program Files(x86)/Activision/Call of Duty - Modern Warfare/players/profiles If the first method I posted won't work for you, give this a shot. Please note that you may have to enable viewing of hidden files/folders to see all of the folders. Enjoy!
    8. Over the past few weeks I have been asked by several members how to save their stats before re-installing CoD4 so here is the tutorial. The way to do this is fairly easy as all that is required is to save your players folder and place it somewhere else on your computer or on an external source and reinserting it when needed. IF YOU HAVE WINDOWS UAC DISABLED The players folder is located in the ActivisionCall of Duty 4 - Modern Warfare folder: for instance mine is located at C:Program Files/Activision/Call of Duty 4 - Modern Warfareplayers. See image below if needed. Simply right-click and copy the whole folder, paste to your desktop (or other storage location or external source), re-install the game, then put the players file back where you found it. IF YOU HAVE WINDOWS UAC ENABLED Unfortunately windows likes to hide your players folder in one of its many notorious hidden folders. To access your players folder go into your windows users folder and open the Window's user folder that you use when you sign in. To make the next step easier for those of you unfamiliar with finding hidden folders I have screenshots. These were taken in Windows Vista Home Premium but should be fairly close to other Windows OSs. Once in your user folder click the browser bar at the top and add appdata. for instance mine is located as you can see in C:users/chris/appdata. See below: Once in the appdata folder rightclick in the appdata folder but not on a subfolder and click properties. See below: Inside properties uncheck Hidden click apply and if prompted choose to Apply changes to this folder,subfolders, and files. This will unhide all the other needed folders and make it so you can see your appdata folder without doing this everytime. See below: Once this is done go back to your appdata folder then click local, then Virtual Store, then Program Files, then Activision, then your CoD4 folder, and then there it is the players folder. Simply right-click and copy the whole folder, paste to your desktop (or other storage location or external source), re-install the game, then put the players file back where you found it. BACK-UP FOR UAC AND NON UAC USERS If you are simply wanting a back-up follow the above minus the re-install. It is preferable to save your back-up to an external source- be it flash drive, external HDD, webpage, CD/DVD etc.... as this will prevent the loss of your stats/unlocks should your HDD fail. Also you should remember that you will need to periodically back-up your players folder if you unlock new things (say golden weapons) as they will be lost should the unfortunate happen and all you have is a backup from before your unlock.

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