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Run time parameters enable dynamic information to be included in backup file names at run time. 

In the Image and File and Folder backup dialog simply type '{' or press the '{' button at the end of the file name edit field:

The selected parameter from the pop-up menu will be inserted into the file name at the edit position.

All parameters are evaluated at run time, and an example of the output is shown in the formatted file name and path below the edit field. 

Note: The File name 'Set prefix' (IMAGEID above) is evaluated based on the backup set and isn't selectable from the parameters list. 

Note: The timestamp used for the time fields may differ by a few seconds to the backup time recorded for the backup. This is because the backup file name is created before the completion of the Volume Snapshot and the actual backup start time. 

{REFLECTVER}Macrium Reflect major minor and build number (9.9.9999)
{BACKUPTYPE}Full, Diff or Inc
{COMPRESSION}None, Med or High
{AES}Clear, None, 128, 192 or 256

Where 'Clear' is no password and 'None' is password with no AES
{WINVER}Windows major minor and build number (9.9.99999)
{USERNAME}The Windows account name running Macrium Reflect
{USERDOMAIN}The Windows account domain running Macrium Reflect
{ISODATE}Current backup formatted date and time (YYYY-MM-DDTHH.MM.SS)
{YYYY}Year with century, as a number
{YY}Year without century, as a number (00 - 99)
{MM}Month as a number (01 - 12)
{MNAME}Full month name
{MNAMESHORT}Abbreviated month name
{WEEKNUMM}Week number (00 - 53). The 1st Monday is the 1st day of week 1
{WEEKNUMS}Week number (00 - 53). The 1st Sunday is the 1st day of week 1
{DD}Day of month as a number (01 - 31)
{WDNAME}Full weekday name
{WDNAMESHORT}Abbreviated weekday name
{WDNUMMON}Weekday as a number (1 - 7; Monday is 1)
{WDNUMSUN}Weekday as a number (0 - 6; Sunday is 0)
{HH}Hour in 24-hour format (00 - 23)
{HH12}Hour in 12-hour format (01 - 12)
{AMPM}A.M./P.M. indicator for 12-hour clock
{MIN}Minute as a number (00 - 59)
{SS}Second as a number (00 - 59)

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