This processing allows you to copy a folder structure and files from Windows to the .

This can also be done directly from Windows Explorer. The advantage of using DataRecovery is that, if there is an error when copying files and/or folders, Windows stops processing while DataRecovery processes the information, stores it for inclusion in the report and then continues processing.


Selecting a Windows folder to copy :

This option allows you to copy the entire Windows folder structure (including subfolders) to the defined PDM folder.

Selecting a text file with the list of files or folders to be copied :

This option allows you to define in a text file the folder files to be copied

You can recreate the tree structure in the PDM folders by defining the starting folder



PDM destination folder:

This option allows you to copy the files or folders defined in the text file to the PDM destination folder.



You define the location of the PDM folder to which you copy the files and folders to be copied.

The option Replace existing files by taking a version allows if the file exists to extract it and take a version.

If the option is not checked, the file is not overwritten.


Copy filters allow you to define rules to include or exclude files when copying.

For each field the separator is ; and the wildcard character * is usable

At the end of the processing, a report can be edited in order to take note of the successes, failures (therefore not copied) and files that have not been copied because there was already a file in the vault destination directory.

The location of this report is set in the general options.