Re: cloud backup services, for EXE files ?
I've used Carbonite for a while. You can back up executables but youprobably have to do it manually. I have a folder of downloaded installer
executables. Right click on your .exe > Carbonite > Back this up.
That's what I'd assumed, but when I talked (well, did online chat) with them this morning, the guy said that even if I manually added it, Carbonite would not back up an EXE. Seemed odd, but he provided some rationalization and sounded pretty certain. Have you confirmed that the EXE files actually are truly getting backed up by looking at the backup files? The guy said that yes, I could tell it to do this, but that it wouldn't happen anyway...
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