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  1. Assigning user to manage serverAssigning 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
  2. Removing a serverRemoving 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
  3. Managing encryption keys for Linux AgentManaging 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
  4. Changing Linux Agent ConfigurationChanging Linux Agent Configuration [Article]
    The Linux Backup Agent installer automatically sets default parameters for the configuration file located in:
  5. Managing encryption keys for Windows AgentManaging 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
  6. Changing Listening port for Windows AgentChanging 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
  7. Installing and Configuring Backup agent on CentOS, RHE and Fedora, using RPMInstalling and Configuring Backup agent on CentOS, RHE and Fedora, using RPM [Article]
    Our backup solution has two components: Backup agent and Backup manager. Back
  8. Recovering data for your serverRecovering 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
  9. IntroductionIntroduction [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
  10. What is a recovery point?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
  11. Deleting a backup policyDeleting 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
  12. Running a backup policy manuallyRunning a backup policy manually [Article]
    To run a backup policy manually, firstly select "Policy" in the main menu.
  13. Excluding files and foldersExcluding 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
  14. Disabling a backup policyDisabling 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.
  15. Changing your backup policyChanging your backup policy [Article]
    To change your data retention policy, firstly select "Policy" in the main menu.
  16. Adding a new backup policyAdding a new backup policy [Article]
    To create a retention policy, select "Policy" from the main menu(1), then select "Create New Policy"(2).
  17. Accessing your policy listAccessing your policy list [Article]
    To access the "Policies" Window via Backup Manager interface, Click on "Policy" as shown below.
  18. What is a Data Retention policy?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
  19. Deleting a disk safeDeleting a disk safe [Article]
    Deleting a disk safe will remove all Recovery points (versions of your backup) and stored data for all devices associated with the disk safe.
  20. Adding a disk safeAdding a disk safe [Article]
    For your server to be backed up, a Disk safe must be created first. Click "Disk Safe" in Main menu then "Create New Disk Safe" in Disk Safe m
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