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    Copy to google drive support

    I am happy to report that the latest version of GS RichCopy 360 Standard and Enterprise can now copy straight to Google Drive. The integration is now available in the latest public release. Let us know if you need anything else.
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    Release Notes GS RichCopy 360 Standard and Enterprise

    Year 2021 RTA, ENT, STD VERSION 88 - 10-Jan-2021 (RTA 3.34 is compatible to old RTA) 1. Unicode characters are supported in log file. 2. Setup uninstalls previous version on installation of latest version. 3. User can bulk update the log file path in jobs from Search/Replace screen. 4...
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    Release Notes GS RichCopy 360 Standard and Enterprise

    Year 2020 STD 1.1.75, ENT 2.0.76 - 1-Mar-2020 1. Cloud integration for OneDrive/SharePoint/OneDrive for business in beta version. STD 1.1.76, ENT 2.0.77 - 20-Mar-2020 1. Dropbox and OneDrive login issue fixed and now it will persist tokens. 2. OneDrive API will list down all drives in folder...
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    Integration with office 365

    We are glad to let you know that the following cloud integration has been completed and published. Now you can copy files to the following cloud providers directly: - Microsoft OneDrive (Business and Personal). - Microsoft Azure Blob - Amazon AWS S3 - Google Drive - DropBox Thank you all for...
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    Cloud Integration, License question

    :) we do not plan to change how we license our software. No need to worry about that. Sure, you can reach out to sales@gurusquad.com and they can work with you. We are always glad to be of assistance. Ahmed
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    Copying to OneDrive and data encryption?

    No worries. Glad to be of assistance.
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    Cloud Integration, License question

    Thank you for reaching out. We do not charge per gigabyte or data size. It is per license. You can buy a single license and copy 100GB or buy a single license and copy 60TB. GS RichCopy 360 and GS RichCopy 360 Enterprise are always sold per license and that is why you never saw any mention...
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    Copying to OneDrive and data encryption?

    Hello Kyle, Thank you for reaching out. Copying to OneDrive or any other cloud provider for that matter using our software uses an encrypted protocol. We basically use the APIs that are provided by those cloud providers to copy the data. All of those APIs use HTTPS basically. Hopefully, this...
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    Can you really throttle Azure Blob Copying?

    This is exactly what we had hoped to hear. Let us know if you need anything else. Thank you, Ahmed
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    Can you really throttle Azure Blob Copying?

    That is correct. When we built Azure Blob integration, many of our pilot customers reported the overuse of bandwidth. So, we had to build some mechanism to control it (throttling). Please keep us updated on how it works out for you and if you have any questions. Thank you, Ahmed
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    Can you really throttle Azure Blob Copying?

    Hello Rob, Thank you for reaching out. Yes, you are able to throttle cloud jobs so that they cannot consume more than what you allocate them to. You can simply set the throttle to how much you want to cap it at and it will be restricted to it. It is recommended that each thread you use in the...
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    Migration to SharePoint Office 3605

    Thank you for your positive feedback. In terms of migrating to SharePoint or OneDrive, they recommend that you do it after hours or over the weekend to avoid getting throttled. They throttle if their resource "cluster" is under pressure. So, anytime you can do it after hours, it is going to...
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    Migration to SharePoint Office 3605

    Microsoft offers both user authentication and app authorization. MS clearly states that for large jobs to use App authentication as it is throttled less since it is being viewed as a batch processing job as opposed to user authentication which would be treated as normal user activity so it gets...
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    Migration to SharePoint Office 3605

    Hello Marco, Thank you for reaching out. Yes, you are able to copy from your file server directly to SharePoint online (Office 365) using GS RichCopy 360 Enterprise. You can use either app authorization or user authentication. Based on Microsoft's recommendation, if you have a lot of files to...
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    Copying to OneDrive

    Azure Blob and the rest of the cloud providers work the same exact way. We have more cloud providers getting integrated as well. Thank you for reaching out. Ahmed
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    Copying to OneDrive

    Thank you Robin for reaching out. You do not need to load OneDrive on your machine. Basically, create a copy job, select your source, then for destination, select Cloud and select OneDrive as your destination. It will prompt you to login (using your onedrive creds) and then browse to where...
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    Manually running a job skips its next scheduled run

    Thank you for the details and reaching out. If you have the job set to run once a day, then it will keep into account that you ran the job manually that day. If you do not want it to count the job you want to run that day, then copy the job and run the copy. Copying a job makes an exact copy of...
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    How many licenses do we need

    That is a great question. The short answer is you do not need to license the destination. The best practice is you install it on the source and that is the only license you need. Please let us know if there is anything else you need.
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    Activation for servers that are not internet connected

    Thank you for reaching out. We have quite a number of clients where their servers are isolated from the internet. All they have to do is go to an activation website from a machine that is internet-connected and type in their serial number. This would generate an offline key that they could use...
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    Preserve Folder Timetamp

    Hello Bob, This option works fine. When the job runs, it will set the time stamps on these folders towards the end of the job. Also, when the job reaches 98%, do not open the destination as if you open the destination (windows explorer) then it could prevent us from setting the timestamp...
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