02-12-2009 09:06 AM
I'm running ACT 2009 using ACT Scheduler to perform daily backups. The documentation says ACT adds the date and time to the .zip filename, which is great, but the actual filenames I'm getting look like this:
"Clients c091d476207b4ae48d1ca15a02705829 2009-02-12 10-55-01.zip"
"Clients 2009-02-12 10-55-01.zip "
Is this "working as intended" because I see no need for the additional garbage in the middle of the filename. The date/time stamp provides all that's necessary for a unique filename.
02-16-2009 09:28 AM
No, the very first backup file created, and every subsequent one, has had the extraneous characters in the file name. Oddly, the extra characters remain the same, while the date/time stamp changes:
Clients c091d476207b4ae48d1ca15a02705829 2009-02-12 10-55-01.zip
Clients c091d476207b4ae48d1ca15a02705829 2009-02-13 10-55-08.zip
Clients c091d476207b4ae48d1ca15a02705829 2009-02-16 10-55-02.zip
02-16-2009 12:29 PM