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 public:documentation:system-state:xp_2003_run_backup [2021/08/11 15:45]support public:documentation:system-state:xp_2003_run_backup [2021/08/13 11:34] (current)support Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2021/08/13 11:34 support 2021/08/11 15:45 support 2021/07/16 20:34 ronnie.chan created 2021/08/13 11:34 support 2021/08/11 15:45 support 2021/07/16 20:34 ronnie.chan created Line 7: Line 7: ===== Start a Manual Backup ===== ===== Start a Manual Backup ===== - 1. Click the Backup icon on the main interface of Cloudbacko Go. \\ {{public:​system-state-521.png?​200}} + 1. Click the **Backup** icon on the main interface of Cloudbacko Go. \\ {{public:​system-state-521.png?​200}} 2. Select the backup set which you would like to start a backup for. \\ {{public:​system-state-522.png?​640}} 2. Select the backup set which you would like to start a backup for. \\ {{public:​system-state-522.png?​640}} - 3. If you would like to modify the In-File Delta type, Destinations and Retention Policy Settings, click Show advanced option. \\ {{public:​system-state-523.png?​640}} + 3. If you would like to modify the In-File Delta type, Destinations and Retention Policy Settings, click **Show advanced option**. \\ {{public:​system-state-523.png?​640}} - 4. Click Backup to start the backup. The NTBackup interface will be displayed temporarily when creating the system state .bkf file.  The window will close automatically afterward. \\ {{public:​system-state-524.png?​640}} + 4. Click **Backup** to start the backup. The NTBackup interface will be displayed temporarily when creating the system state .bkf file.  The window will close automatically afterward. \\ {{public:​system-state-524.png?​640}} Line 20: Line 20: ​ - 5. Cloudbacko Go wil start to backup the system state .bkf file.  \\ {{public:​system-state-526.png?​640}} + 5. Cloudbacko Go will start to backup the system state .bkf file.  \\ {{public:​system-state-526.png?​640}} 6. The following screen is displayed when the system state data are backed up successfully. \\ {{public:​system-state-527.png?​640}} 6. The following screen is displayed when the system state data are backed up successfully. \\ {{public:​system-state-527.png?​640}}