I just activated Windows File History, but it won't work. It loads for a surprisingly short time when I tell it to "execute now". When I look in the event journals, I see that for every time I tried, there is an error under event number 201:
Impossible d’analyser les modifications des bibliothèques utilisateur et d’effectuer une sauvegarde des fichiers modifiés pour la configuration C:\Users\Azma\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\FileHistory\Configuration\Config
Which roughly translates to:
Unable to analyse modifications on user libraries and to save modified files for configuration C:\Users\Azma\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\FileHistory\Configuration\Config
I've had user folder permission issues recently, which I thought the Microsoft technician had just fixed by applying to the whole Users folder total control permissions for my account. Indeed, whilst it couldn't before, now, the Windows Store can install applications.
But he did that on D:\Users, which contains folder Azma, which is my user folder. Not on C:\Users, which contains the symbolic link Azma, which points to D:\Users\Azma. In short, he applied it on the real folder, not the symlink.
So I tried to apply it to C:\Users, but it gave me an error, saying it was unable to propagate settings to the "Application Data" folder.
But perhaps the permission issue / symlink is not the problem. I don't know at all, and I'm pretty confused about this.