Backup And Data Recovery Of Servers

yQue’s Network Backup? Network backup allows the task of data backup multiple computers, run on the network. The administrator who created the task and not the user. In fact, the user can continue working without realizing that the data on your computer have been saved, since the task to run in Windows mode service, in the background without interfering with the user’s job. Backup Network Architecture There are three main elements of a network backup: Server, and Client Coordinator. Program Backup Server is installed on the administrator’s computer and has a graphical interface that lets you create backup tasks, synchronization and restoration. Program Coordinator for backup is installed on any computer on the network must be in view of all customers to run an application and your own. Within time intervals of all clients communicate with the coordinator to confirm that they are accessible to the program backup.El backup is installed on Clients computers of users whose data should be saved.

Running in Windows service mode and have no graphical interface. Clients allows the server connects directly to users’ computers and performs the back up of data from these: Server, Client and Coordinator are compatible with the following operating systems: Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista. The way it works – the backup program (pcs) Server appeals to the Coordinator on that computer is available at this time on the network. The coordinator makes a list of users’ computers, the Server pcs goes directly to each computer on the network backup and requires a list of directories available on each computer .- The administrator chooses which data on each user’s computer intended for the back up, add this data to the backup list and controls the backup task execution. The administrator can create a separate task for each computer or a single task for all computers. In addition to Network Backup, you can make back up of ODBC databases compatible data MS Exchange Server, Lotus Notes databases, as well as creating the entire disk image on your corporate server.