Script for scheduled tasks.

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  1. Dave49

    Dave49 Registered Member

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    I have Paragon Back Up and Recovery 10 Suite. I had some trouble getting the back up to overwrite the current one when I made the task. But I forgot to include shutting down the computer after the backup is finished. The following is the entire script. What would I need to alter, add, or delete to get it to do this for me? Thanks very much,

    Dave
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    // This file was automatically generated by {VENDOR_NAME} script generator
    // Use {VENDOR_NAME} Script Interpretator to run this file
    // Time of creation: Sat Apr 30 10:49:03 2011


    // Settings block
    settings
    surfacetest off
    verify off
    copyonetoone off
    hddrawprocess off
    allow64kcluster off
    donothidetarget on
    copyinsteadofmove off
    bigdrives off
    compressionlevel 10
    sidafterdisk off
    sidafterpartition off
    defaultsidchanger on
    nodellabel off
    timeshift 0
    oemcodepage 850
    timezone 20
    langnumber 17
    slavecfg off
    notforslave off
    enablerestart on
    enablevirtualdb on
    autoconverttofat32 on
    sidparams ""
    bootcdiso "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Paragon\System Backup\RE\\iso.re"
    hotbackup lockimpossible
    tempdrive C
    vss2hbswitch on
    vssattempts 3
    vsstimeout 120
    endsettings

    // Turn off confirmation
    confirm off

    // Backup
    img = "F:/arc_300411010220906/arc_300411144702312/arc_300411144702312.PBF"
    select disk 0
    select partitions all
    options
    cmp = 10
    mfs = 4096000
    notempfiles
    label = "No comment"
    autonames
    hotbackup lockimpossible
    tempdrive C
    usevss
    store

    // Check for errors
    call check_error

    // Apply all scheduled operations
    apply all

    // Check for errors
    call check_error

    // Exiting
    // exit(0)

    // Function for checking error
    check_error:
    if (errorcode(1) != 0)
    then
    print "Some error occured: "
    strerror(errorcode(1))
    print ""
    print "Exiting"
    print ""
    exit(errorcode(1))
    endif
    endcall
     
  2. cincinnatijack

    cincinnatijack Registered Member

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    You have to add:

    // Shutdown
    shutdown


    to the script, it is in this location:

    // Check for errors
    call check_error

    // Shutdown
    shutdown


    // Exiting
    // exit(0)
     
  3. Dave49

    Dave49 Registered Member

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    Done. Thanks very much cincinnatijack. There's no way I would have ever figured that out on my own.

    Blue skies,

    Dave
     
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