Does a three letter agency have old copies of my Dropbox files?

I am limiting the scope of this question solely to the Dropbox service alone.

With some of the secret programs revealed by Snowden, I wonder what the real extent of reach the NSA had/has into specific systems.

If I were to know for an absolute fact that my specific Dropbox account had never been involved in a subpoena, could that be substantial enough information to prove there are no copies of my old Dropbox files being indefinitely stored by the NSA?

The real question I am after here is whether or not, at any point, the NSA had full access into Dropbox’s systems with no checks and balances.

Moving Folders Between Libraries in Different Sites Leaves Copies in Both

When I moved a folder from Site 1 Doc Library to Site 2 Doc Library (modern experience in both, btw), I ended up with copies in both locations. Is this expected behavior, that it doesn’t actually MOVE the files? Does this mean that the files in the new location will not retain their Doc IDs and links, as well? Thanks, in advance!

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from where CopySwiftLibs gets executes and copies standard swift libraries? is there a way to avoid it?

From where CopySwiftLibs gets executed? I am trying to avoid getting libswift*.dylib which gets copied through CopySwiftLibs, I see an option in xcode, which is “Always Embed Swift Standard Libraries”, but it is set to “No”, but still libswift libraries gets copied to Contents/Frameworks/ of app. Is there a way yo avoid it?

Script to place duplicate Google sheet beside the sheet it copies (instead of the end)

Is there any way to modify my script to have the sheet it’s copying insert the new sheet immediately to the right of the one it’s copying? I have tons of tabs in the file, and it’s starting to get really annoying to scroll all the way over to the end every time I create a new one.

function duplicateProtectedSheet() {   var ss = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSpreadsheet();    sheet = ss.getSheetByName("Jun 24");   sheet2 = sheet.copyTo(ss).setName("Jun 30");    var p = sheet.getProtections(SpreadsheetApp.ProtectionType.SHEET)[0];   var p2 = sheet2.protect();   p2.setDescription(p.getDescription());   p2.setWarningOnly(p.isWarningOnly());     if (!p.isWarningOnly()) {     p2.removeEditors(p2.getEditors());     p2.addEditors(p.getEditors());     // p2.setDomainEdit(p.canDomainEdit()); //  only if using an Apps domain    }   var ranges = p.getUnprotectedRanges();   var newRanges = [];   for (var i = 0; i < ranges.length; i++) {     newRanges.push(sheet2.getRange(ranges[i].getA1Notation()));   }    p2.setUnprotectedRanges(newRanges);     var protections = sheet.getProtections(SpreadsheetApp.ProtectionType.RANGE);   for (var i = 0; i < protections.length; i++) {     var p = protections[i];     var rangeNotation = p.getRange().getA1Notation();     var p2 = sheet2.getRange(rangeNotation).protect();     p2.setDescription(p.getDescription());     p2.setWarningOnly(p.isWarningOnly());     if (!p.isWarningOnly()) {       p2.removeEditors(p2.getEditors());       p2.addEditors(p.getEditors());       // p2.setDomainEdit(p.canDomainEdit()); //  only if using an Apps domain     }   } }   

Copies local files to remote IIS server

I have written a script that:

  1. connects to an IIS server
  2. stops a website
  3. copies its files to a backup folder (on the remote machine)
  4. copies files from my local machine to replace the ones on the remote IIS server
  5. then relaunches IIS.

The script works, but I would love to make it cleaner (I pieced this together). Any suggestions?

@echo off  C:\Users\me\Documents\PSTools\PsExec \10.45.12.12 -u "mydomain\myuser" -p "mypwd" %windir%\system32\inetsrv\appcmd stop sites "test.mysite.com"  sleep 5  for /f "tokens=2 delims==" %%a in ('wmic OS Get localdatetime /value') do set "dt=%%a" set "YY=%dt:~2,2%" & set "YYYY=%dt:~0,4%" & set "MM=%dt:~4,2%" & set "DD=%dt:~6,2%" set "HH=%dt:~8,2%" & set "Min=%dt:~10,2%" & set "Sec=%dt:~12,2%" set "fullstamp=%YYYY%-%MM%-%DD%_%HH%-%Min%-%Sec%"  NET USE \10.45.12.12 /u:mydomain\myuser "mypwd"  rem moves files and directories then del source robocopy /e /move \10.45.12.12\C$  \inetpub\wwwroot\test.mysite.com \10.45.12.12\C$  \Users\me\Desktop\OLD_web_builds\test.mysite\%fullstamp%  rem copy vs published files to remote server. exclude the UL_LK folder robocopy C:\Users\me\Desktop\_REPOS\invwebops\InvWebOps\bin\Release\netcoreapp2.2\publish \10.45.12.12\C$  \inetpub\wwwroot\test.mysite.com /e /XD "C:\Users\me\Desktop\_REPOS\invwebops\InvWebOps\bin\Release\netcoreapp2.2\publish\wwwroot\UL_LK"  rem restart test.mysite C:\Users\me\Documents\PSTools\PsExec \10.45.12.12 -u "mydomain\myuser" -p "mypwd" %windir%\system32\inetsrv\appcmd start sites "test.mysite.com"  set /p DUMMY=Hit ENTER to continue... 

Stop Google Photos from deleting local copies of media [on hold]

I have a lot of cool projects which I like to show off when I am on the road. On my phone, I have a ‘demo’ album created in Google photos.

This is the single most used album on my phone, which I generally show off once per week.

The app continually deletes the local cached copies, meaning that each time I try to open my demo album, it needs to download the media from remote.

My phone has 128GB of storage, and have >100GB free.

How can I stop the Google Photos app from erroneously deleting local media?

How to checkout/merge commits with ignored files deleted keeping local copies

The problem of removing ignored files without deleting them locally has been covered in many places (e.g. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/1143796/remove-a-file-from-a-git-repository-without-deleting-it-from-the-local-filesyste) Those answers never mention what should be next steps for other users while pulling those changes to their local environment. They want to keep their original versions of these files as well. One solution would be to duplicate this procedure on every machine before pulling the changes, so remove the files with –cached, commit and then merge it with upstream changes. Is there a more elegant way to say to git, please update checkout/merge given revision, but keep deleted files locally (preferably with an option to only include files matching .gitignore).