I’ve successfully synchronized a destination folder (on a destination PC) with a source folder (on a source PC), using the “Receive Only” synchronization type.
Then I stopped the synchronization and moved the destination folder to another hard drive on the destination PC.
After that I set up a new synchronization, and the (moved) destination folder was successfully synchronized with the source folder again. So far so good.
Now I plan to change the synchronization type from “Receive Only” to “Send and Receive”.
When doing so, I want to be 100% sure that no files are accidentally deleted from the source folder.
If, for some reason, the destination folder should contain fewer files than the source folder in the meantime, and therefore the switch from “Receive Only” to “Send and Receive” could lead to files being deleted in the source folder, I want to make sure that these files are at least being backed up using File Versioning.
Now I’m only not sure whether I should set up File Versioning on the source PC or on the destination PC for this purpose?
If both should be possible, I’d rather set up File Versioning on the destination PC.
Many thanks for help :o