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VSS 2005 auto run via batch file the Analyze command? More options

VSS 2005 auto run via batch file the Analyze command? More options

VSS 2005 auto run via batch file the Analyze command? More options

(OP)
Is this possible to do in 2005.. is there a way to auto disconnect any
users at the time of running it?  I think with the older SS you had to
manually disconnect the users or remove the share and recreate it?

I'd like to setup a batch file to do the analyze and output results to
a batch file once a month via windows scheduler..

Anyone know of a good resource to outline how to write the batch file commands..

RE: VSS 2005 auto run via batch file the Analyze command? More options

(OP)
I think the only part in need of assistance here.. is if there is a way to auto kick the users who are still logged into VSS, off at time of running.

I thought perhaps the only way might be to manually remove the share and recreate it.. but I forget the commands to do so manually, I'd rather not lose all my permissions as well though.

Thanks

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