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I am looking to back up and possibly actively mirror a folder across multiple computers in a network. I have a test folder that will work for testing, but the files in this folder will be edited and saved on multiple computers in the same day a small garage fire in the spring destroy most everything that was active so in the network will have computers in the garage, shop, and house, along with a network drive in the house.

test files will be from the electric sheep program, and on 2 computers and a network drive another computer or network drive needs to be set up as a time machine backup in case a file gets accidentally deleted or saved wrongfully. "C:ProgramDataElectricSheepcontent" "\WDMYCLOUDSmartWareElectric Sheep" "\FRED-505ElectricSheepContent"

A 4th location can be kept for a time machine backup of which I also do not know how to do.

Windows 7/8 are my primary OS's

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asked Jan 11 '15 at 13:11

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Windows Sync Center ??? does it work with win xp, 7, and 8 http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/what-is-sync-center


answered Jan 15 '15 at 22:46

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