Delete a 'destination folder' ?[SOLVED]

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gizmo77
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Delete a 'destination folder' ?[SOLVED]

Post by gizmo77 » Sun Apr 10, 2016 12:44 pm

In the course of learning, and downloading files from URLs, I wound up creating as Destination Folders a personal folder in the c:User main folder, as well as a Truecrypt Volume, which, when mounted I called Drive T.

Both these have 'outlived' their purpose and I would like to delete them, using 'Recover to Same Folder' only instead. How can I delete the two additional choices I created for Quick Recovery ? [I do realize the addional choices are harmless, as the default IS Recover to Same Folder, but I'd like to know HOW, anyway]

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Re: Delete a 'destination folder' ?

Post by Guest10 » Sun Apr 10, 2016 1:38 pm

To delete the list of ALL of the alternate folders that you have used in earlier recovery operations, the next time that you select to "Recover to Any Folder" just UN-check the check box at the bottom of the Quick Recovery window ("Selected folders will be stored for later use").

Or, you can also do it this way...
To delete only designated folders from the recovery list, or delete the entire list of folders, use Configure > Edit Configuration in Sandboxie Control's window; locate the [UserSettings_xxxxxxxx] section; and delete the appropriate "SbieCtrl_RecoverTarget=..." lines - and also delete the empty line(s) that result.
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gizmo77
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Re: Delete a 'destination folder' ?

Post by gizmo77 » Sun Apr 10, 2016 2:02 pm

Thank You, Guest !!

Not caring to reuse those added folders, I opted for your Configure > Edit ....etc.... routine. Worked perfectly, and now I know HOW...

Appreciate your time...

Giz

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