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CloudBerry Backup for Windows Home Server 1.6


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CloudBerry Lab have just released version 1.6 of their Windows Home Server add-in.


Here is what they say about version 1.6:

What’s new in CloudBerry Backup for Windows Home Server 1.6

CloudBerry S3 Backup is a powerful Windows Home Server add-on that automate backup and restore processes to Amazon S3 cloud storage.

With the release 1.6 of CloudBerry Backup we are introducing an ability to back up network shares, an option to keep locally deleted files for a certain time, server edition of CloudBerry Backup and Reduced Redundancy Storage Enhancements.

An ability to back up network locations is a feature that has been coming up during conversation with our customers over and over.  The most common use case is a need to backup Network Attached Storage (NAS) or an external hard drive. With the release 1.6 we are introducing this option to CloudBerry Backup.

Awhile back we introduced an option to delete files automatically from the backup storage when they are deleted locally. However, this option is dangerous in that you can still delete a file accidently on the local computer you won’t be able to recover from it as the file is deleted automatically from the backup storage too.

In the release 1.6 we are introducing a Smart Delete option that will keep files deleted locally on backup storage for 30 days by default and only after that will it delete the files on backup storage.

With the release 1.6 we are introducing CloudBerry Backup Server Edition. This new version of CloudBerry Backup ($59.99) is designed to run on the server version of Windows operating system such as Windows 2003 and Windows 2008. All existing Cloud Berry Backup customers running the product on servers are eligible for free upgrade.

And finally, in the release 1.6 we have modified that way how you can configure RRS storage option with CloudBerry Backup. In the previous release you had to specify RRS option for the whole account level. This turns out to be inflexible and in the newer release we moved RRS configuration to the Backup Wizard and you can now configure RRS option on the backup plan level.

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Andrew Edney
Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.


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