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TheMajor Posted - 06 July 2003 : 22:39:20
Deleting or replacing read-only files from a backup-set generates an error in the log file. It would be useful if there would be a setting to ignore read-only, hidden or system attributes.
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Ahto/Moon Software Posted - 06 July 2003 : 23:08:23
These file attributes are provided by OS on purpose. Read-only attribute is provided to protect files from overwriting and that is what BM does. Remove read-only attributes from files if you want to allow to overwrite them.

I'm not sure if it is good idea to provide this kind of option or not.

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