Run as a service

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jasonwalls
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Run as a service

Post by jasonwalls » Feb 24th, 2009, 12:58 pm

Hey,

I'd like to safelyremove on a backup machine, so that when I plug in a USB HDD a backup is automatically kicked off. Ideally this would be done without the need for a user to be logged on. Ideally this would happen in conjunction with a vol_id (or similar guid??) and while I'm at it, if the command being issues on insert could be run with authentication beforehand (like a scheduled task can be run as any user).

Otherwise, keep up the good work. Wish M$ would put this kind of thought into their OS.

Regards, Jason
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Post by testos » Mar 3rd, 2009, 8:01 pm

I second this suggestion, I am trying to do the exact same thing :)

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Post by Igor » Mar 30th, 2009, 3:09 pm

testos wrote:I second this suggestion, I am trying to do the exact same thing :)

Steve
Hello,

I'm sorry for the delay with the response.

1. You may try to use our "autorun" feature (USB Safely Remove menu -> Device -> Device properties -> Autorun tab). There you may assign a program or a batch script to be launched on after device insertion or before device removal. Read more here: http://safelyremove.com/help/ht_useAutoRun.htm

2. Also we have a command line tool (usr.exe), you may add it possibility to eject devices to your backup program. You may read more here: http://safelyremove.com/help/ht_usecommandline.htm

Is it enough for your purposes or need something else?
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