Flat File Backup and SNMP Trap

Basically after a piece of software which will backup a network share (From a NAS) to a local USB Device

Have times it runs, then report on how much data was copied in MB.

Ideally would want this to log events in the Windows SNMP Service and run as a service.

The current OS is Windows Server 2003, however would like this to be compatible with 2008 R2 as well

A GUI to configure the service, then it runs at a specified time on specified days.

Then allow us to query the results with GFI Max Remote Dashboard.

This would be checking if the backup run successfully or failed, and how many files were copied and the total size of the files copied.

Something like xcopy *.* /d /s /e /r /h /y /i /c

with something that writes an SNMP Trap for Monitoring

Any further info required please contact me

xcopy source*.* Destination /d /s /e /r /h /y /i /c
sorry had tags in the original one and it removed it.

Skills: C Programming, C# Programming, Software Architecture, Visual Basic, Windows Server

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