The Frog Blog: Ridiculously Simple Ways to Back Up and Recover Your Digital Life

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Easily Backup Your Windows Computer to NAS


If you've ever wondered whether you can back up your Windows computer to a NAS (Network Attached Storage) device or even a shared folder on the network, the answer is yes. And Rebit software makes the process very easy.

Add Network backup

  1. First, open the Rebit dashboard (double-click the icon in the lower right corner) and click the '+' button beside the "Network" section. This will add a network destination to which you wish to back up your computer. You may create more than one network backup destination.
  2. Select a NAS shareAfter the software scans the network, a list of possible NAS destinations will be displayed, and this will include shared folders available from other computers. Click to select the shared folder or "share" within one of these network devices and also enter a Username and Password if the share is password protected.
  3. Full System Backup to NASThat's it! At this point, the Rebit backup software will continually keep your Windows compter backed up to the network share or NAS drive, including the full system image backup ready for a full system restore if needed. Turn off "Full System Protection" to enable the backup of select folders to keep backed up.
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This would be of interest but I absolutely DO NOT want continuous backup. I want to schedule the backup and have the backup software completely turned off once the backup is completed. Can your software do that?
Posted @ Thursday, January 24, 2013 9:24 PM by Robert Brown
There is a "pause" feature that will prevent the continuous backup and also the daily system backup from taking place. But, there is no configuration to prevent the continuous backup from occurring.
Posted @ Friday, January 25, 2013 9:37 AM by Dennis Batchelor
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