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Let the first user export his history through "History > Manage history data > Export to file". The second user then can import this file through "History > Manage history data > Import from file", the data will get merged.
Yes, please use Tools > Group all scans in a virtual root.
If you want to keep the newest file of every group only, hit Ctrl+A to select all and then choose "Check all but newest" from the right click menu.
If you want to choose for each group of files individually which one to preserve, you obviously need to do this one by one.
An export to Excel might also be helpful if there are other criteria by which you want to decide which files to delete. Excel 's Auto Filter is a good tool to filter the list of files.
Please deactivate all search types except the custom search, on this tab add the pattern *\Archive\*.* to the file name patterns (as the only one which is checked) and on the "Size Attributes" tab set "Full path longer than" to 240. After checking the drives to search on the "Scan Options" tab hit "Start".
1. You can search all shares of a remote machine by entering the unc path of the machine only, e.g \machinename. You canb search all shares of all members of a domain by entering the UNC path of the domain, e.g. \domainnane.
2. No. But you may supply the paths to bea search at the command line of TreeSize. Please see the chapter "Command Line Options" in the help file for details, here is a simple example: TreeSize.exe /SEARCH SearchOptions.XML path1 path2 path3 ...
TreeSize is not able to do this, but we have a product that isspecialized on observing servers for states like low disk space and senda notification by email, SMS or NET SEND. It is called ServerSentinel and you will get additional information here: http://www.jam-software.com/serversentinel/
For this task you should better use our freeware "FileList": http://www.jam-software.com/freeware/index.shtml
Please open the help file and see the chapter "Schedule TreeSize Tasks".
By default TreeSize will use the columns that have been set under "Tools > Options > Export" when it was used the last time. To force the columns on the command line, export your current options through "Tools > Options > Export" to a file and supply this config file on the command line using the command line option /OPTIONS .
Please switch to "View > Allocated Space" and see if this helps. If not then the system does not report the size correctly.
This is a recently used list. If it bothers you, you can adjust the number of entries under: View > Options > Number of folders in the recently used list
No, TreeSize cannot synchronize folder.