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Repositories are a predefined storage location that is used as the destination for your backups. A repository is a storage location with a standardized folder layout and some tracking information. Each repository contains backup information such as storage location, network access information, credentials required to access the resource and other basic storage management. The Site Manager server monitors the repositories and will periodically check the repository for backup files. These backup files can be browsed, restored, and verified. ...

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In the previous blog posts, we have created: a definition to control which computers, disks and partitions are backed up; a schedule to control when backups take place; and a repository to use a destination for the backups. This blog post will cover how to use these to schedule your backups to run automatically. ...

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Posted at Mar 23 2022, 12:00h in site-manager Jack Mansfield, Marketing

Categories: site-manager, backup-management, central-management, macrium-site-manager


Schedules are used to determine when backups happen, when retention rules are applied, and what strategies are used for dealing with backup failures. Definitions are paired with schedules to run backups on a schedule. Alternatively, the definition can be used on its own to run an immediate backup. ...

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Posted at Mar 22 2022, 12:00h in site-manager Jack Mansfield, Marketing

Categories: site-manager, backup-management, central-management, macrium-site-manager