From time to time, the main DLLs required to run CRD successfully will need to be re-registered into your system registry. This need may arise as a result of the install or uninstall process of other applications you may be running on your PC.
During the component re-registering process, you must ensure that you are logged into the PC as the Local Administrator in order to ensure that you have full security rights to the complete system registry.
Depending on the version of CRD you have, you may not have all components in the list. Do not worry. Only components relevant to the version of CRD you are running will appear.
CRD allows you the option to move disabled schedules to an Archive folder. Schedules moved to the Archive folder can be enabled again and moved to other folders, but this option keeps folders neat and easier to manage.
Folder housekeeping is a great way to stop your destination folders from getting too full. Different from the folder housekeeping option found in a schedule, this option can monitor any folder and delete items older than a specified time. Folder Housekeeping is run using the system maintenance thread which runs every 5 to 10 minutes.
To enable Folder Housekeeping, perform the following:
You can delete a housekeeping item by selecting the folder path, then clicking the red X button.