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Arlesterc

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Is there a way with Windows Server backup to see the actual files that were processed - skipped, backed up, etc. In Robocopy you have a log that you can set up that will display every file and whether it was copied, skipped, etc.  - I would like that with Windows Server Backup as well.  If it is not native to Windows Server Backup then a third-party utility or Powershell script would work as well.
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Hi,
https://technet.microsoft.com/de-de/library/cc742041(v=ws.10).aspx any help?

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Arlesterc

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Thanks. We will give that a try.
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Sorry but it doesn't report file sizes as far as I can tell.
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