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 Create the MS Windows System State backup set in CloudBacko Go running on Windows Server 2008 and new releases with following steps. Create the MS Windows System State backup set in CloudBacko Go running on Windows Server 2008 and new releases with following steps.
  
-1. In the Cloudbacko Go main interface, click Backup Sets. \\ {{public:​system-state-611.png?​200}}+1. In the Cloudbacko Go main interface, click **Backup Sets**. \\ {{public:​system-state-611.png?​200}}
  
-2. Create a MS Windows System State backup set by clicking "​+"​ next to Add new backup set.+2. Create a MS Windows System State backup set by clicking "**+**" next to Add new backup set.
  
 3. Select MS Windows System State Backup as the Backup set type, and enter a Name for your backup set. \\ {{public:​system-state-614.png?​640}} 3. Select MS Windows System State Backup as the Backup set type, and enter a Name for your backup set. \\ {{public:​system-state-614.png?​640}}
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 5. In the Schedule menu, configure a backup schedule for backup job to run automatically at your specified time interval. \\ {{public:​system-state-618.png?​640}} 5. In the Schedule menu, configure a backup schedule for backup job to run automatically at your specified time interval. \\ {{public:​system-state-618.png?​640}}
  
-Click Add to add a new schedule. ​ \\ {{public:​system-state-619.png?​640}} \\ Click OK to continue, and then click Next to proceed.+Click **Add** to add a new schedule. ​ \\ {{public:​system-state-619.png?​640}} \\ Click **OK** to continue, and then click **Next** to proceed.
  
-6. In the Destination menu, select a backup destination where the backup data will be stored. ​ Click "​+"​ next to Add new storage destination / destination pool. \\ {{public:​system-state-6111.png?​640}} +6. In the Destination menu, select a backup destination where the backup data will be stored. ​ Click "**+**" next to Add new storage destination / destination pool. \\ {{public:​system-state-6111.png?​640}}
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-For more details on configuration of cloud storage as backup destination,​ refer to the Appendix section in this guide.+
  
 7. Select the Type and Destination storage. \\ {{public:​system-state-6112.png?​640}} 7. Select the Type and Destination storage. \\ {{public:​system-state-6112.png?​640}}
  
-Continue by adding another destination for the backup set, or click Next to proceed. \\ {{public:​system-state-6113.png?​640}}+Continue by adding another destination for the backup set, or click **Next** to proceed. \\ {{public:​system-state-6113.png?​640}}
  
 <WRAP info>​Multiple backup destinations can be configured for a single backup set.</​WRAP>​ <WRAP info>​Multiple backup destinations can be configured for a single backup set.</​WRAP>​
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 8. In the Encryption window, the default Encrypt Backup Data option is enabled with an encryption key preset by the system which provides the most secure protection. ​ \\ {{public:​system-state-5111.png?​640}} 8. In the Encryption window, the default Encrypt Backup Data option is enabled with an encryption key preset by the system which provides the most secure protection. ​ \\ {{public:​system-state-5111.png?​640}}
  
-You can choose from one of the following ​Encryption Type options:+You can choose from one of the following ​Encryption Type options:
   * **Default** – an encryption key with 44 alpha numeric characters will be randomly generated by the system.   * **Default** – an encryption key with 44 alpha numeric characters will be randomly generated by the system.
   * **User password** –  the encryption key will be the same as the login password of your CloudBacko Go at the time when this backup set is created. Please be reminded that if you change the CloudBacko Go login password later, the encryption keys of the backup sets previously created with this encryption type will remain unchanged.   * **User password** –  the encryption key will be the same as the login password of your CloudBacko Go at the time when this backup set is created. Please be reminded that if you change the CloudBacko Go login password later, the encryption keys of the backup sets previously created with this encryption type will remain unchanged.
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   * **Confirm** – Click to exit this pop-up window and proceed to the next step.   * **Confirm** – Click to exit this pop-up window and proceed to the next step.
  
-10. If you have enabled the Schedule feature in the previous step, the following window will be shown. Enter the Domain Name / Host Name of the computer, User Name and Password of the Windows account that will be running the backup. Click Next to create the backup set. \\ {{public:​system-state-6118.png?​640}}+10. If you have enabled the Schedule feature in the previous step, the following window will be shown. Enter the Domain Name / Host Name of the computer, User Name and Password of the Windows account that will be running the backup. Click **Next** to create the backup set. \\ {{public:​system-state-6118.png?​640}}
  
 11. The following screen is displayed when the new MS Windows System State backup set is created successfully. 11. The following screen is displayed when the new MS Windows System State backup set is created successfully.
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