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I just replaced the Umbraco backup beta 2 package which you can get from the project homepage.
A couple of minor bugs have been fixed and thanks to some feedback from Niels Umbraco backup now tells you what it has done in a nicer manner...
Report for Backup 474bf157-d508-4e4f-b0bc-1322ae5d537e
File backup status: Suceeded
Database backup status: Suceeded
Backed up 1237 files. 55657635 bytes.
Started: 8:31:15 PM
Finished: 8:38:14 PM
Elapsed time: 0 hours, 6 minutes and 59 seconds.
Running as SHRGB-HBXGB\wsh1009-10448
Virtual Directory: Access is denied
Created directory D:\WWWRoot\darren-ferguson.com\database\474bf157-d508-4e4f-b0bc-1322ae5d537e
Saving database table: dtproperties
Saving database table
I've been following Noah Everett the creator
of twitpic on Twitter.
Although he provides a great service it does appear to be a one man
show - there is every chance he could get fed up and walk away - I
doubt the terms of service give the user any way of getting their
photos back if that happened.Most people use twitpic for throw-away snapshots posted from
their handheld device but I use a twitter account with protected
updates to create a timeline of my daughter growing up. I
photograph her day to day on my iPhone and as my twitter client
doesn't offer an option, the photos end up on twitpic. These photos
are memories I am not prepared to lose.Below is the script i run once a week to ensure my photos are