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BackItUp provides an easy-to-use utility to create and manage file backups. you can create a duplicate copy of data from your hard disk on another storage device, such as a network drive, CD/DVD, or FTP server.
– Unlimited source and destination combinations.
For .Zip (WinZip) and Xcopy jobs the window may be hidden, normal, minimized, or maximized. This does not apply to FileCopy or .Zip (FastZip) jobs.
To have the computer perform an action when the backup has completed. ( Exit, Shutdown, Restart, Logoff, None )
Apply a password to new .Zip folders and files, existing or unchanged files are not affected. This will only apply to WinZip and FastZip jobs.
Begin running the job list that is currently configured in the Job Setup tab.
You can view the log file which contains the progress and errors that occur in BackItUp.
A “Job” is a single file, file pattern, or folder that will be backed up to a destination.
Point to Windows Burn Folder
This will set the destination path for files to be written to Windows Burn Folder. This will prompt to burn the files to a CD or DVD. If this option is enabled on your PC you will get a prompt in the system tray (next to the time) that files are ready to be written to CD.
Save the current job list. It can be loaded at a later time or configured to run seperately in the background and on a recurring basis.
Load a saved job list.
Begin running the currently configured job list.
Remove a job from the Job List.
Remove all jobs from the Job List.
The Job Scheduler allows you to automate your backup by setting it up to run by itself on a recurring basis. You can use the currently configured job list or a saved job list.
This is the name used to identify this task in the Scheduled Tasks.
How often to run the task. The options are: HOURLY, DAILY, WEEKLY, MONTHLY, ONSTART, ONLOGON.
This option is enabled only when running MONTHLY tasks to select the week of month. The options are: FIRST, SECOND, THIRD, FOURTH, LAST, LASTDAY.
On which day to run the task. The options are: MON, TUE, WED, THU, FRI, SAT, SUN.
The time (military time) to run the task.
The username that will be used to run the task. It is highly recommended that you use an account that has administrative priveleges. If you are in a domain environment you can prefix your domain name. (Domain/Username). You must provide a username for the task to run properly.
The password that will be used to run the task. Important! A password is required to run a scheduled task. If no password is provided the task will fail to run.
Browse Job List
This allows you to select a saved job list to use in this task. Leave this field blank to use the currently configured job list.