StoragePoint will perform a recursive search for all files matching the specified mask(s) [both USER and DEFAULT]. StoragePoint works with any drive (Local, Remote (Mapped) or UNC). A list of ‘collection’ candidates is generated to select from. The candidates are automatically sorted into categories (USER, AUDIO, IMAGES and MOVIES). A option to compare file contents when collecting automatically makes copies of files containing differing data but a duplicate name. This option removes the need for any user input when collecting.
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Option to use a KEYMACRO. If a KEYMACRO is used to automatically trigger a collection, [there must be a corresponding KEYMACRO rule for the collection]. Option to collect in a ‘partition’ and to exclude a partition. The Mask to use for comparing files. The mask can include wildcards. (Example: ‘ANY?*’) Option to collect from a list of candidates. (Example: ‘ANY?*’, ‘INPUTFILE|MULTI’. ‘INPUTFILE’ are only candidates from the indicated partition, while ‘MULTI’ includes all candidates). The maximum number of duplicate candidates to keep. The maximum number of candidates to list. Option to compare contents when collecting automatically, only check for differences between the input and output files. This option is useful when comparing is meant to be done offline. Unblock the collection. VERBOSE not useful with the option Collection List. SKIP Auto Collect: If the mask includes ‘ANY?*’ skip collecting from the indicated partition. UI Auto Collect: If the mask includes ‘ANY?*’ UI collection is enabled. Only Collect: Collect data for a specific partition, not for the entire drive. The collection can be for a partial drive or a complete drive. Only Collect and Partition: Collect data only for a specific partition, not for the entire drive. Partition: Collect data only for the indicated partition, not for the entire drive. Change Default: Allows to change the current default rule collection from ‘ANY?*’ to one of the others. Remove Default: Removes the current default rule. Store Outputs: Overwrites the current default rule collection with the items in the designated collection list. UI Collection List: Allows to view the items collected into the designated collection list. Prompt for Input: Allows to prompt the user for input before starting the collection. CSV Output: Allows to view the items collected into a CSV file. WHITESPACE white spaces are allowed. FILTERING: File filtering can be performed. Options include: SORT: Sort the collection list alphabetically. TAG: Sort the collection list by the name of the collection list. COLOR: Sort the collection list by its color (red, green, blue or white). ORIGINAL: Sort the collection list by its original name. CREATE: Create a new collection file when copying the 2edc1e01e8
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Once you have installed the registry key, only StoragePoint will be able to find the folder. If you need to add more folders, you can add them manually. For example: C:\Foo\Bar, C:\Foo\FooBar. When you click to run StoragePoint (the Start button on your desktop), the program will run and start collecting. At the end of the collection process, the program will show a list of folders and display files that have been found in the selected folders. The files will be displayed and you can select to process the copy, or move it. When you want to finish processing the files, the program will prompt you to save the files or cancel. If you do not save the files, they will automatically be saved to the C:\temp\storagepoint folder. This folder is hidden and you will need to right-click on the folder and select ‘Show contents’ to view the files. If you wish to create a shortcut to an item you have found, right-click on the file and select ‘Create shortcut’ (on Windows 10, you can just click the button, and it will show up). Please Note: StoragePoint will run in the background at all times. It will not be able to communicate with Windows if it is not the current focus window. You may need to close any program that has a window open that requires focus, such as the Task Manager, or Windows itself. You can configure StoragePoint to only collect files that are in the folder. For example, to only search for files in the C:\Users\Joe folder, you would need to add a reg file for: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\StoragePoint\User\Profile\File\Directory The file should be entered into the regedit as: File\Directory\Value=C:\Users\Joe For the same reason, you can filter the list to only display a specific type of file, such as images. For example, to only display images, the file should be entered into the reg file as: File\Type\Value=Image\ Note: Some of the keys under this key will have multiple values. One Value per line. Windows 10 users can also select to share found files on a network (Windows shares are supported). The share name does not need to be a share name, such as “Filestoragepoint”; it can be any name that you choose
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