Acronis Backup server Kurulumu
Ben Acronısın Acho Server urunu ıle Acronis backup server kurmak ısıtıorum nasıl yapacagımı anlatabılırmısınız Tesekkurler
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Acronisin Eho server ile
Open the Acronis® True Image executable file and install the Acronis® Backup Server on your designated storage server
Open the Acronis® True Image Management Console and connect to your storage server
Manage your backup archives by selecting one of the following options:
- Create Profiles — The Acronis® Backup Server allows you to create profiles to more effectively manage backup archives. You can create two types of profiles: an administrator profile and a user profile. When an administrator profile is created the backup archive is associated with the host machine profile. When a user profile is created the backup archive is associated with the user profile. You can set the following parameters when creating a profile: the location of the archive, the size of the archive, the number of backup archives, and the time period to keep the backup archive.
- Configure Backup Locations — In addition to managing backup archives according to a user profile, you can add restrictions to the backup archive location of systems in your network. You can set the size of the backup archive, the number of backup archives, the time period to keep the backup archive, and the location of the backup archive.
- Manage Backup Archives — You can quickly view all of the user profiles and backup archive locations on your storage server.
- Specify Default Settings — You can specify the default settings for backup archives: the size of the backup archive, the number of backup archives, and the time period to keep backup archives. Once you have defined the default settings, the settings will be available when you create new profiles or configure backup locations. You can also ensure that your backup archives comply with your defined parameters by scheduling regular tasks to check for compliance.
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