Hi Dean,

on 19/5/00 1:24 AM, Dean Brissinger at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

> Is there a way to get a batch file (running Retrospect on NT)
> to tell me the machine name [and Retrospect container name] of what's
> being backed up?  The example scripts do not tell me the machine
> name.

My Retrospect Reports from a Windows NT installation look like this ...

Report generated by Retrospect.
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Script "Daily - MYOB" started on "12/05/2000 16:00".
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Source: "Backup Clients/ADMIN/Drive C (C:)/myob9"
Action: "Recycle" backup
Target: "Backup - MYOB"
Started on: "12/05/2000 16:00", Finished on: "12/05/2000 16:01".
"272" files ("23736" KB) in "71" seconds.
. 
Source: "Backup Clients/ADMIN/Drive C (C:)/myob10"
Action: "Recycle" backup
Target: "Backup - MYOB"
Started on: "12/05/2000 16:01", Finished on: "12/05/2000 16:03".
"334" files ("33930" KB) in "102" seconds.
. 
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Script "Daily - MYOB" finished with no errors.
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Is that more like what you are after?  In this case the machine is a network
client called ADMIN.

Cheers,  Malcolm

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