- Assigning user to manage server [Article]
In2net Server Backup solution supports the creation of sub-user account. This feature will enable the account owner to assign the management tasks of se
- Removing a server [Article]
When you remove a Server from the Backup Manager, this may also delete all of the Server's Disk Safes for that Server. Deleting the Server will prevent
- Managing encryption keys for Linux Agent [Article]
Viewing keys added to Linux Backup Agent Use the following command to view the encryption keys added to Backup A
- Changing Linux Agent Configuration [Article]
The Linux Backup Agent installer automatically sets default parameters for the configuration file located in:
- Managing encryption keys for Windows Agent [Article]
Backup agent requires a public encryption key from Backup server in order to determine to which Backup manager it should listen. The Backup manage
- Changing Listening port for Windows Agent [Article]
Backup agent uses tcp port to listen to request from Backup manager. This tcp port must be open in your firewall regardless your firewall is software ba
- Installing and Configuring Backup agent on CentOS, RHE and Fedora, using RPM [Article]
Our backup solution has two components: Backup agent and Backup manager.
- Recovering data for your server [Article]
This tutorial assumes that you have followed the previous tutorial "Protecting your first server" to back up your first server. This tutorial would show
- Introduction [Article]
This quick tutorial will guide you to make your first server backup. The entire process is broken down into 3 steps. 1. Installing and confi
- Editing Disk Safe Properties [Article]
The Disk Safe screen is divided into 4 sections. To access disk safe list, click on "Disk Safes" in Main menu
- Browsing Recovery Points [Article]
1. To browse the Recovery Points, first select "Recovery Points" in the main menu.
- What is a recovery point? [Article]
A Recovery Point is created as a result of the data replication. The first recovery point is called an Initial Replica. This is performed only one time as long as the storage medium is n
- Deleting a backup policy [Article]
Deleting a data retention policy will permanently remove the Policy and all its historical task information. Undoing this operation is not possible. To remove a policy, select
- Running a backup policy manually [Article]
To run a backup policy manually, firstly select "Policy" in the main menu.
- Excluding files and folders [Article]
Excluding files/folders means ignoring the selected files/folders during replication. By default, all file(s)/folder(s) located on your server are replicated. You may follow t
- Disabling a backup policy [Article]
You may disable a backup policy from running at its schedule time. This same process also applies to enabling a backcup policy. To begin, click "Policy" in the main menu.
- Changing your backup policy [Article]
To change your data retention policy, firstly select "Policy" in the main menu.
- Adding a new backup policy [Article]
To create a retention policy, select "Policy" from the main menu(1), then select "Create New Policy"(2).
- Accessing your policy list [Article]
To access the "Policies" Window via Backup Manager interface, Click on "Policy" as shown below.
- What is a Data Retention policy? [Article]
A Data retention policy is required for scheduling a replication for a server. The policy schedule can be one-time or recurring, and the start time of t