Starting from version 3.2 you have the ability to run scripts before and after a backup task.
Consider a scenario where you want to prepare a set of files before running a backup, perhaps you want to compress a bunch of files into one zipped file and then backup this zipped file.
The Pre/Post script plugin in Syncrify allow you to accomplish such tasks
|Friendly Name:||A friendly name that identifies this task. Following characters cannot be used in this field.
|Executible path:||Absolute path referring to an executible. On Windows, this must be either .EXE, .BAT or a .CMD file. On Linux, Mac and on UNIX it must be a file with executible permission|
|Output file path:||Specify a path for an output file. This is an optional parameter. Syncrify won't write any output if this is left blank.|
|Direction:||Specifies the direction of backup. For example, you may not want to run a script that creates a zipped file when restoring files (copying files from server to client)|