• Miguelito
    0
    I have an application that creates files on a network drive. They are processed shortly after they are created, but they may need to be accessed using Windows Explorer up to 3 years later (unusual though)
    What I would like to do is one month after they are created I want to move them to an S3 bucket using a .Net application that is already running. The call would be File.Move(Src, Dest); Since that is a high level call to the file system, I would assume it would work... Does anyone see a reason I would be wrong?
    In a way, the Cloudberry Backup would be easier to use, because I could just move folders and files to a local backup folder and they would just be moved to the S3 bucket. The problem would be that then they could not be found with Windows Explorer.
    The real question then might be can the "Cloudberry drive" be treated a as network drive (Server Version)?
  • David Gugick
    26
    You can use CloudBerry Drive as a network share or local drive. Both options are available.
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