Windows 10: Unable to add a drive for File History
Using Net Share perhaps ? Can't quite remember how to either.
@fdegrove I think you're right, there.
It did have something to do with sharing. I just can't remember where I read that work around.
I just couldn't really figure it out, and decided that since my libraries(downloads, music, pictures, videos),
are on my 2nd internal, and documents are sync'd to OneDrive(only documents) and only desktop remaining on C: disk,
I didn't need it for my desktop PC.
It works on my laptop though, with a 1 1/2TB USB ext. drive.
Does anyone know if it's possible to invoke the file history backup procedure for a certain time? I'd like to be able to configure it to backup over night only (i.e. at 2am) - but I can't find a way to be able to set it to certain time.
been using W10 steadily since it came out, and have developed mixed feelings about it.
I've been trying to set up one of my redundant drives as my backup and as such a file history drive. The problem starts when I select it, and click...
I am having an issue with File History. On opening File History, I occasionally get the message: "Your File History drive disconnected for too long. To keep saving copies of your files, reconnect your drive and run backup" I don't understand....
I'm currently out of the loop with a working W10 install and so wonder if this feature is included in W10. Its something I've only just started using in 8.1 and find it a terrific archive feature, even though I do daily image backups.