I've got a user who has a file structure that lists numerous companies, each company then has it's own folder and inside each folder there is a file called "Notes.docx". That means each company has a generic file called notes: Companies Folder Company 1 Folder Notes.docx Company 2 Folder Notes.docx Company 3 Folder Notes.docx I've already made him aware this is a bad idea as it makes identifying specific notes files difficult, however that's not the problem. The problem is he has hundreds of company folders, and it appears numerous notes files are randomly missing. I don't understand what would cause some of them to be deleted but not all of them, but that's where we stand. To further complicate the issue he hasn't had a Time Machine backup done since 3 months ago, so simply rolling the MBP back is not an option. Currently what he's doing is as he finds a company that's missing the notes file he logs into Time Machine and does a single file restore. Obviously the way he's doing it now is not very efficient and will take a significant amount of time. What I'm looking for is an option that would do a differential compare on his company folders and any that are missing the notes file, pull the previous version down from the Time Capsule. Is this possible? I'm also open to any other suggestions, thanks all!