Backup

Backup

A backup plan is a set of rules that specify how the given data will be protected on a given machine.

A backup plan can be applied to multiple machines at the time of its creation, or later.

To apply a backup plan to machines

1. Select the machines that you want to back up

2. Click Backup. If a common backup plan is already applied to the selected machines, click Add backup plan.

The software displays previously created backup plans, if any, or a new backup plan template.

3. [Optional] To select another backup plan or to create a new backup plan, click the arrow next to the backup plan name.

4. [Optional] To modify the plan parameters, click the corresponding section of the backup plan panel.

5. Click Apply.

6. Specify a name for the new backup plan or confirm changes to the existing backup plan (if any).

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