Did you know that you can protect your Windows workstations from Cyber Attack with BackupAssist Classic and WFH? In this article I lay out 4 easy steps to achieve cyber-resilience for your workstations.
As of 1st May 2020, we will be discontinuing to provide technical support for BackupAssist running on Operating Systems that Microsoft don’t themselves support.
BackupAssist maintenance release v6.4.4 was released last week, including these important fixes and enhancements: Important fix for imaging backups of Hyper-V CSV Fixes for Turkish operating systems Fixes for the Test Connection feature Improved UI and behaviour in the SQL Restore application View the full release notes. The SQL Restore improvements start with the new
We’ve just released version 5.2.5 of BackupAssist. This is a maintenance release and fixes some common issues, but also adds several new features that you may find useful. The highlights are: NEW: Ability to backup to Amazon’s S3Rsync service using a new destination for Rsync. NEW: Added support for backing up Exchange 2003 via its
We’ve just released version 5.2.4 of BackupAssist. This is a maintenance release fixing issues discovered by several of our customers running RSync and File Replication backups, so you should upgrade to 5.2.4 if you are experiencing issues with those engines. We’ve also added two new options for Rsync jobs. You can now: Limit the data