|Document ID: ||1341|
|Subject: ||Connecting to Syncrify as a normal user|
|Creation date: ||5/20/10 4:34 AM|
|Last modified on: ||5/20/10 4:36 AM|
Connecting to Syncrify as normal user
Any valid user can connect to Syncrify's web interface using a browser. Using this web interface users can:
- View files that have been backed up from different machines
- Download/restore selective files
- See a history of files that have been backed up in the past
to see how to use the file browser to view and download files
Posted by Robert on 4/17/13 12:06 PM
Is it possible to perform remote backup? i.e.; server in a remote location from clients. If so, how do clients connect to the remote server?
Is it possible to 'schedule' daily backup?
For large amounts of data, is possible to copy data to cd/dvd and load to backup server?
What is the cost to 'brand' software with my company name?
What is the difference between the 'free' product and the 'purchased' product?
Posted by Robert on 4/17/13 12:56 PM
A 'Discovery Wizard', such as the one used in Synaman, would a great addition to Syncrify Server so that remote client connections are easier.
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