Macro e Frammenti

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** DNL: Prova la beta**

Facci sapere se il problema persiste nella beta attuale.

**Per ottenere la versione beta:**

1. Clicca sul pulsante **Preferenze** nella barra degli strumenti di CCC.
2. Clicca sul pulsante **Aggiornamento software** nella barra strumenti della finestra delle Preferenze.
3. Spunta la casella **Tienimi informato sulle versioni beta**.
4. Clicca sul pulsante **Verifica ora** e segui le istruzioni fornite per installare l'aggiornamento.


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** DNL: CCC 3.4.7 no longer available**

Creating a separate task to prevent VM container versions from bloating the SafetyNet

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If you frequently use virtual machine container files (e.g. with Parallels, VMWare, VirtualBox, etc.), you may find that CCC's SafetyNet folder tends to get very large, very quickly. Every time you open your virtual machine, the monolithic virtual machine container file is modified, and CCC will require that it gets backed up during the next backup task. If the SafetyNet is on, CCC will move the older version of the VM container file into the SafetyNet folder.

Modifying CCC's Security Configuration

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Rather than requiring you to enter admin credentials every time you want to run a task or make changes to a task, CCC only requires you to authenticate once when CCC is initially installed. While this configuration is easier to use, there are situations where this configuration is not appropriate. If you leave your system unattended with an admin user logged in, someone with physical access to your system can modify or run your CCC backup tasks.

Escludere file e cartelle da operazioni di backup

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Per default, CCC copia tutto da un volume o una cartella specificata come origine. Se non vuoi copiare ogni elemento dall'origine, puoi definire filtri di operazioni per limitare gli elementi da copiare. Seleziona Copia alcuni file dal menu popup sotto il selettore dell'Origine o fai clic sul pulsante Filtro operazioni (icona pulsante Filtro operazioni) per aprire il pannello dei Filtri di operazioni.

Impostazioni avanzate

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Le Impostazioni avanzate di CCC sono utili in determinate situazioni ma non sono richieste per l'uso di routine. Alcune di queste impostazioni comportano un rischio maggiore, quindi usale con cautela e non esitare a fare domande tramite Fai una domanda su CCC… dal menu Aiuto di CCC, nel caso che le spiegazioni seguenti non siano esaurienti per un tuo scenario particolare.

Per accedere alle impostazioni avanzate fai clic sul pulsante Impostazioni avanzate sotto il Selettore origine di CCC.

Frequently asked questions about scheduled tasks

Frequently asked questions about the Carbon Copy Cloner SafetyNet folder

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Note: The topics in this article are not relevant to APFS-formatted destination volumes that have CCC snapshot support enabled. For those volumes, CCC leverages snapshots to implement the SafetyNet functionality, and the snapshots aren't affected by any of the shortcomings described here.

Backing up to/from network volumes and other non-macOS-formatted volumes

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In addition to backing up to volumes formatted with the macOS standard HFS+ or APFS format (collectively referred to as "macOS-formatted" from here forward), CCC can copy user data files to network volumes (e.g. AFP and SMB via macOS and Windows File Sharing) and to other non-macOS-formatted volumes such as FAT32. Non-macOS-formatted volumes are presented in CCC's Source and Destination selectors in the same manner as macOS-formatted volumes, so there are no special steps required for backing up to or from these filesystems.

Backing up to a disk image

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Disk images are not bootable backups. To create a bootable backup, you must back up to a hard drive that is attached directly to your Mac. We recommend that you only use a disk image if you are backing up to a network volume connected to via ethernet, and we recommend using locally-attached storage for your primary backups.

Some files and folders are automatically excluded from a backup task

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Carbon Copy Cloner maintains a list of certain files and folders that are automatically excluded from a backup task. The contents of this list were determined based on Apple recommendations and years of experience. The following is a list of the items that are excluded along with an explanation of why they are excluded.