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Backup to Local Only - no cloud storage

I have used another cloud backup software that allows you to backup ONLY to local storage or network storage without backing up to the cloud at all. Since there is no cloud storage they simply charge a software license monthly fee of $5 to use their software.

 

I have several customers that love this and I need GFI MAX Backup to support this before moving all our customers over. PLEASE ADD! :)

Submitted by (@bigskycs)

MSP Backup & Recovery

NAS integration

Hi I would be happy to se a backup agent for NAS (Synology, QNAP etc). It should be easy to make. https://www.synology.com/en-us/support/developer http://www.qnap.com/dev/en/p_about.php These small boxes are great for smal offices that do not really need a real server, but they still need backup. Most of the NAS' are starting to support Dropbox, Azure , S3 etc, but why not MAX Backup? :-) (I know price might be an ...more »

Submitted by (@jensskov)

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status check for the synchronization

Hi LogicNow, We like to see additional options to the Synchronization status in de Backup Manager. What we can see now is that the Synchronization to LSV is at 33% and at the Remote Storage it is at 89%. We like to see some additional information like: - How many data needs to be processed, how many data is already processed and how many data is left to be processed - What is exactly processed, wich data and folders ...more »

Submitted by (@brasser)

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Do not report success unless BOTH online and speedvault succeed

The monitoring for MSP Backup will report a backup as completed successfully if either the online backup or the local speed vault have succeeded. The problem with this is that if one or the other fails we do not get a notification of it. We had an issue with a site where the local speed vault was failing for a couple of weeks, but we did not know because nothing reported it to us. This could have been very embarrassing ...more »

Submitted by (@neilcrabbe)