We can give you guidelines on how to set up an upload policy that's "empty", ie almost no data is uploaded or backed up. I'm waiting for a template from engineering but as soon as I get it, I'll post.
Here's an empty policy xml file. You can import this into your Mirage Server by using the Wanova.Server.Cli.Exe from C:\Program Files\Wanova\Mirage Server and using the AddUploadPolicy command. The key here is the directory path in the unprotected area. Hope that helps.<DesktopPolicy xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"><Configuration><UploadChangesIntervalMs>599940000</UploadChangesIntervalMs><FullUploadChangesIntervalSeconds>0</FullUploadChangesIntervalSeconds><TreatUserAreaAsMachine>true</TreatUserAreaAsMachine></Configuration><UnprotectedArea><IncludeList><Directory path="%anyvolume%" recursive="true" filter="*"/></IncludeList><ExcludeList/></UnprotectedArea><UserArea><IncludeList/><ExcludeList/></UserArea><Volumes IncludeSystemVolume="false"/></DesktopPolicy>
Thanks a lot for posting this empty Upload Policy! It will certainly help in the meantime, while working on current projects.
However I think it would be "nice" to have an option to completely disable this function.
... Just to have a "clean" solution. :-)
Thanks again and all the best,