CDP Quick Tip #20 – How to view and edit Policies and Disk Safes associated with an Agent

Posted by R1Soft on Dec 8, 2011 9:00:00 AM

Today’s Quick Tip focuses on viewing and editing Policies and Disk Safes associated with an Agent, a feature of CDP 3.0 Enterprise Edition.

CDP 3.0 allows you to view all objects (such as Disk Safes and Policies) across your installation. It also allows you to make bulk edits across Disk Safes and Policies (for example, changing the compression settings of multiple Disk Safes or changing the recovery point limits of multiple Policies at once).

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Topics: CDP Server 3.0, Policies, Enterprise Edition, CDP Quick Tips, Disk Safe

CDP Quick Tip #19 – Recovering a Lost Disk Safe Encryption Passphrase

Posted by R1Soft on Nov 22, 2011 9:00:00 AM

Today’s Quick Tip focuses on recovery of lost passphrases for encrypted Disk Safes on CDP 3.0 Enterprise and Advanced editions.

Starting withCDP 3.14, Enterprise and Advanced editions allow you to create encrypted Disk Safes®. With encryption, your data is encrypted on the CDP Agent then transmitted across the network encrypted and stored in the Disk Safe encrypted.

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Topics: CDP Server 3.0, advanced edition, Enterprise Edition, Disk Safe, encryption

CDP Quick Tip #17 – Bare-Metal Restore of Windows Logical and Dynamic Disks

Posted by R1Soft on Aug 6, 2011 9:00:00 AM

Today’s Quick Tip focuses on the steps involved in restoring Windows Dynamic and Logical disks in CDP 3 Enterprise and Advanced Editions.

A Bare-Metal Restore is the process of reformatting a computer/server from scratch after a catastrophic failure. In conventional methods, the process typically involves reinstalling the operating system and software applications and then, if possible, restoring data and settings. With R1Soft CDP 3 Enterprise and Advanced Editions, you can restore servers directly from disk-based backup. There is no need to first partition your drive and re-install the operating system.
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Topics: windows, advanced edition, Enterprise Edition, Bare-Metal Restore, CDP Quick Tips

CDP Quick Tip #15 – Limiting Which Hosting Control Panel Customers Can Access Their Backups

Posted by R1Soft on Jul 25, 2011 9:00:00 AM

Today’s tip offers a best practice for utilizing hosting control panel restore for CDP 3.0 Enterprise and Advanced Editions.

 

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Topics: CDP Server 3.0, advanced edition, Enterprise Edition, CDP Quick Tips, hosting control panel

CDP Quick Tip #14 – Allowing Control Panel Users to Access Their CDP Backups

Posted by R1Soft on Jun 13, 2011 9:00:00 AM

Today’s tip focuses on hosting control panel restore for CDP 3.0 Enterprise and Advanced Editions, available in the latest CDP release.

As a service provider, you may want to give control panel customers access to their CDP backups to allow them to perform their own restores or download archived files.

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Topics: CDP Server 3.0, advanced edition, Enterprise Edition, CDP Quick Tips, hosting control panel

Hosting Control Panel Restore, Welcome to the CDP 3.0 Party

Posted by R1Soft on Apr 21, 2011 1:30:00 PM

New and Improved Product Release – CDP 3.10

Hey, CDP fans. Good news at R1Soft this week: hosting control panel restore and recovery point archiving are now available for CDP Enterprise and Advanced Editions. To get the full scoop on all of the updates available in the 3.10 release, check out the release notes. Herewith, the major highlights:

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Topics: CDP Server 3.0, advanced edition, Enterprise Edition, hosting control panel, recovery point

CDP Quick Tip #9 – Migrating from CDP 2.0 to CDP 3.0 Enterprise Edition

Posted by R1Soft on Oct 29, 2010 5:00:00 PM

Interested in migrating from Continuous Data Protection® (CDP) 2.0 to 3.0? Here are some tips and best practices from the Head Geek that will help you get the most out of your migration.

If you are interested in migrating from Continuous Data Protection® (CDP) 2.0 to 3.0, there are a few considerations to account for before making the move. While you should be aware of CDP 3.0’s numerous improvements and upgrades, you will also need a solid grasp of the preparation and installation process before making the move.

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Topics: CDP Server 3.0, Enterprise Edition, CDP Quick Tips, Disk Safe

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