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Automatically backup your files in the cloud with Air Explorer

Cloud backups are the easiest kind to create and maintain. To get started you simply need to create an account in a cloud server, add it in Air Explorer, and start copying your files in the cloud.

After the initial setup you has the option to use a command line to start a backup automatically.

If you want to use it, first you have to save a synchronization with the type Mirror (the best option to do backups).

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Open the command-line window. To open it, click on the start button and type CMD.

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Then, write the command: AirExplorer.exe -runsync [BackupName]
Repalace [BackupName] with the name you used to save the synchronization task.

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This command can be used in the Windows Task Scheduler to Schedule periodic backups.

This feature is only available to Pro users.

 

3 thoughts on “Automatically backup your files in the cloud with Air Explorer

  1. Hello synchronization does not work

    C:\Users\test> AirExplorer.exe -runsync php
    “AirExplorer.exe” is no internal or external
    command, operable program or batch file.

    PRO version.

    1. @Aleks
      You need to run the command from the folder Air Explorer is installer o to include the full Air Explorer path in the command.
      Ex: C:\Users\test>”C:\program files\airexplorer\AirExplorer.exe” -runsync php
      or Ex: C:\program files\airexplorer>AirExplorer.exe -runsync php

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