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Q: Solved: Backup Software - Server End

Hello All

I am looking for a backup software that can support backing up to multiple media sets. I wish to use it to backup all data on my server to an offsite location and the media sets to be used will be external HDDs.

Please help

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A: Solved: Backup Software - Server End

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Hi all

i currently use 'iDrive' which does a daily backup of my computer. This is all good but i have got my own web server which has a 1 TB hard disk inside and is always connected to my home network and the internet.

I am looking for a piece of software (preferably free) that family and friends can use on their computers and connect to my server and backup their important documents automatically.

Without sounding horrid, a lot of my friends and family are not very experienced with computers and so i am needing a piece of software that once setup it will backup their documents and pictures etc with out them having to do anything or only having to press a few buttons.

Not sure if this type of software exists but if anybody knows of software that does this i would be very grateful.

Thank you

JPLamb
 

A:Free Backup software + Own Server

Check out Syncback.
http://www.2brightsparks.com/downloads.html

There is a free version.
Here is a comparison chart between their commercial and free versions >
http://www.2brightsparks.com/syncback/compare.html
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/free-backup-software-own-server.828477/
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Thanks,
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Thanks.

A:[SOLVED] Software Similar to Windows Backup

Do you want the software to update the folders at the same time the original folder is changed or could it update it during a scheduled backup?

You could download and try syncback, or second copy.

If you want something with a lot more options I would suggest Acronis. Its not overly expensive and has many options to choose from.

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/solved-software-similar-to-windows-backup-627133.html
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A:Can I backup DPM 2010 store using Windows Server Backup?

Tr this link below.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff399260.aspx
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/can-i-backup-dpm-2010-store-using-windows-server-backup.964025/
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doesnt matter ive just discovered my PS3 can handle aac and lossless now
 

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Use an Ubuntu Live CD

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A:[SOLVED] vista with dual hard drives and backup software

Further information for this question.

Backup D is selected for the daily backups.

It also states in backups that "there is more than one disc in your computer. the disc that windows is installed on will always be included in the backup. you cannot include the disc that you are saving the backup on."

Also a warning is on this page

" You have not selected all the discs that are on this computer. the files on the discs you did not select will not be included in the backup." That disc that was not selected is E which had been selected uyp to yesterday which was why the disc space was decreasing.

If it is as the manufacturer states, just a means to restore the computer nothing should be backing up to that file. Am I correct in this assumption?

By unselecting Recovery E the drive space has remained constant for the last backup.

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A:Is there a backup software that transfers files I can read on my backup drive?

and welcome to the Forum

I use Syncback for that:

SyncBack Freeware - Free software downloads and software reviews - CNET Download.com

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A:Computer backup before upgrade to XP--backup software suggestions,.bkf files,etc?

With the windows backup you have to reinstall windows and then restore the backup to get back to where you were. I use and love ghost because it makes a 100% exact copy of EVERYTHING and all you have to do to get it back is to restore the image and you're up a going again - no need to reinstall windows. Is also fast and can clone one drive to another or create an Image file.

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A:Backup software that splits large files for incremental backup

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A:Software doesn't backup so trying batch file backup

I guess it depends on what you're backing up. I use Beyond Compare to sync files between machines.
 

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I like the free version of Syncback for continous backups, though if you only have 128mb and its basically one time or infrequent why not just copy it to a backup?

Online, 2 gigs or less, I'd recommend Mozy for free secure backup.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/backup-sercue-backup-software-needed.678316/
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http://www.sevenforums.com/backup-restore/388820-backup-software-vs-straight-file-backup.html
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A:Looking for a good backup software/backup plan

You dont want much do you Nick?? Im not aware of any program that will do 100% of everything that you have listed ... that would require custom software ... the easiest solution IMO would be a program like Acronis/Macrium image, backed up to an external 2tb hard drive ... it may not be the most elegant solution, but it would work...

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A:NT Backup Server

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the purpose to a bdc is to answer resource request to the domain such as logons, file use request, and print use.

ideally you would want one bdc per network segment.

so it does manage a domain. it just happens to be the same domain as the pdc.

 

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A:Backup with server

That's ironic, Jobeard posted info on that a day or so, ago.
http://www.techspot.com/vb/showthread.php?p=591759
 

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A:Backup server

What OS do you have? Server and Client? If you have Windows 2003 Server Enterprise or if you're in home office Standard. SBS Small Business Server is ideal for small business it comes with Exchange Mail Server. But in your case XP 2002, 2003 Server, MCE 2005, VISTA 2007, which ever you want will work?

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A:backup server

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A:Backup Server

The resource kit has a utility called WINDIFF that will check for folder/file differences between 2 machines, then give you the option of copying the different files/folders from one to the other.

It may only be in the NT4 resource Kit.
 

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A:Backup server problems

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A:Act Backup-No access to server

The PAD file is about the only file you don't need as it's re-built when you move the database, anyway.

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A:backup folder to server

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http://www.internetfixes.com/batch/batch1.html
 

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A:Server Backup Solution

you may want more than backup. do you have a DR / BC plan in place?

The Disaster Recovery Plan - Business Insider


https://www.drj.com/tools/tools/sample-plans.html



otherwise, i've been wanting to try out Crash Plan's services for backup. If i ever get to it, I'll set it up for a home server,

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A:Need help with Client/Server Backup Solutions

Issues here;
the program for backup and its technique to move the data,
sizing how much capacity you need for the storage,
protecting the data from prying eyes (ie encrypting it),
and the product or service for the storage (is it on or off site?)




all users documents, outlook dataClick to expand...

By all user documents to you mean explicitly the My Documents folder or the
entire user profile area \documents & settings\user-login-id\ ?
The User Profile is much bigger and the Application Data folder (eg mine @ ~ 400mb)
and the Local Settings (mine @ ~483mb) are sizable but certainly 'not critical user data'.
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Personally, I use Allway Sync for replicating my data (but it's not encrypted).
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A:Scheduled backup to folder on server

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A:How to copy/backup server settings

If you have the the latest version of Ghost it will work, but generally they become out of date very quickly because most people don't have the time to keep it updated. I use it myself but I also use Windows Backup and run it daily. I restore using Ghost and add in the latest updates using the Recovery from Backup. You can backup only the system files, which include AD with Backup.

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2. It will only run scheduled backups if you leave the main program window open 24/7, I find this absurd and it's the only backup program I ever used that requires leaving its main window open for scheduled backups to be run

Issue 1 may or may not be a problem, I don't know if these system files would be required for disaster recovery. Issue 2 is mostly an annoyance but that's not really an acceptable problem for a backup program as if I ever accidentally close the window all backups will fail without warning.

Anyone know if issue 1 is really a problem and if issue 2 can be fixed?

Thanks

A:Yosemite Server Backup questions

If you are booted into Windows when you do your backup to tape, you cannot backup Windows System Files in use.
If there is disaster, you would need to reinstall Windows, and then restore your backup.

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Just some feedback. I have posted on the Genie forum and received advice regarding the Volume Shadow Copy (VSS) service in windows small business server. Basically the VSS can cause issues when backing up - windows have issued a hotfix but this did not work. Now I will try true image backup package and see if that work.
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