Perform file synchronization, system backup, disaster recovery and directory mirroring with File Replicator.

File Replicator backup and directory synchronizationIDAutomation File Replicator (TM)
A backup and file synchronization utility for Microsoft Windows

  • Mirror directories and synchronize files between PCs and servers
  • Allows laptop users to access files from the server when away from the office
  • Retains a backup and history of all modified, moved and deleted files
  • Recovers (reinstates) files and directories as necessary
  • Supports automatic & unattended operation
  • Source code available*

 

File Replicator Technical Support

   

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Common Replicator Support Issues and Solutions:

Problem Solution
Unhandled Exception error or MDAC error after installation when starting a relation. After installation, you may receive an unhandled exception error informing you that MDAC 2.7 or later is required. If you receive this error, download and install that latest MDAC from http://msdn.microsoft.com/downloads/ or from here.
Database errors or JET errors are received when starting the File Replicator. Download and install Microsoft Jet 4.0 Service Pack 7 (SP7). The service pack has been know to solve these problems.
Some files are not being replicated. If the file cannot be accessed for any reason (such as security rights or if it is being used) it will be skipped and a error will be logged in the log file. To find a solution to this issue, try manually copying the file that the replicator was trying to copy and make a note of the errors received. Then, consult Microsoft's Knowledge Base about the solution to the problem.
Need assistance with the setup of unattended operation such as the AT command or scheduled tasks in Control Panel. We have documented all we know about this in the manual here. If you need more assistance about this, we suggest you search the Microsoft Support Site for assistance about this because this functionality is a component of Windows and not our product.
Error: "The application failed to initialize properly" This error indicates that the .NET Framework is either corrupted or not installed. We suggest (1) remove the Framework if it is installed and (2) reinstall it from the links here or by running Windows Update.
Error: "MSCOREE.DLL. was not found" This error indicates that the .NET Framework is either corrupted or not installed. We suggest (1) remove the Framework if it is installed and (2) reinstall it from the links here or by running Windows Update.
Other errors are received and the above suggestions did not fix your problem. In some cases the .NET Framework gets corrupted and reinstalling it may resolve these issues. We suggest (1) remove the Framework if it is installed and (2) reinstall it from the links here or by running Windows Update.
When replicating, errors occur because the program appears to parse the backslash from the directory At this time, there exists a bug where if you replicate from the root of a mapped drive, i.e. H:\, instead of the UNC path, or replicate to the root of a drive instead of into a directory, it will parse the backslash from the directory.  The solution is to reference your remote directory as an UNC path and reference a local directory instead of directly to the root of a drive letter.