So you’ve seen the light, been through and virtualized your office. Job well done. Now you probably thought about this before doing all that work but how are you going to backup all these new VMs? Well if backing up individual machines within your Hyper-V cluster is part of the plan, I’ve got something that
On Friday last week I went over just how important schedules are, how they are essentially the cornerstone of any backup strategy. Well today we’re going to put them to good use. We’ll create a backup job and show you how to configure different schemes as well as walk through one of the most common
Schedules describe when your backups take place and how long each backup is retained for. These two considerations are at the heart of a data protection strategy, because they determine what options you will have when you need to perform a restore. The key to getting your schedule right, is the implementation of both daily
We’ve looked at how Data containers add flexibility to System Protection backups, by providing restore points from incremental backups and making the backups more portable. Now we would like to tell you about another advantage – ease of use.
Note, for best practice offsite backups, see our Cloud Backup feature, released with BackupAssist 10. Earlier in the year we put out a series on using Rsync with BackupAssist. Soon afterwards we launched v7. We realized that there were some slight changes in the process with v7 so we re-recorded the videos that weren’t current anymore.
How to setup a user identity for exchange mailbox backups. Today we’ll be learning how to configure the Backup User identity we created in an earlier lesson to allow BackupAssist to perform backups of your Exchange Server Mailbox. For further information on this topic please read the documentation: http://www.backupassist.com/education/articles/setting-up-a-user-for-exchange.. .
Today we’ll be learning how to create a Backup User Identity which BackupAssist will then use to perform backups of your SBS2011 server. It’s always a great idea to use a dedicated Backup User Identity when scheduling backups and we strongly recommend it as a best practice for all your backup tasks. Not only will
Hi Everyone, When using the Windows Imaging engine within BackupAssist v6, it’s possible to configure an ‘incremental’ based image within the software which can be done by the following steps: 1. Open BackupAssist 2. Click on ‘Settings’ 3. Click on ‘Windows Settings’. 4. Tick ‘Enable incremental Windows Image backups’: However you may also want to
Server virtualization has revolutionized IT, but how has it affected backup and recovery? To learn more, see our new Hyper-V Backup and Recovery guides.
Setting up a Backup User account for Microsoft Windows SBS 2011 Servers to be used with BackupAssist server backup software.