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3 On the Back Up Files page, you choose a target location to back up your files This must be a different hard disk than where your files are located You can choose a CD, DVD, USB flash drive, or network location Figure 12-11 shows an 8GB USB flash drive (with 32GB free) available The On A Network location is selected and I ve typed in a path to a network location available on my network
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Figure 12-11 Choosing where to back up files
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4 On the Which Disks Do You Want to Include in the Backup page, select a disk that holds the data that you want to back up By default, all the disks are selected Click Next 5 On the Which File Types Do You Want to Back Up page, review the file types that are backed up and deselect any files you don t want backed up Figure 12-12 shows the file types that are selected by default 6 Hover over each of the file categories and view the text in the category details This lets you know exactly what files will be included in the backup Click Next
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7 On the How Often Do You Want to Create a Backup page, verify that backups are set to occur weekly, each Sunday at 7:00 PM You can change the frequency, day, and time if desired 8 Click the Save Settings and Start Backup button The length of time required for the backup is dependent on the amount of data contained on your hard disk 9 Once the backup completes, the Backup Status and Configuration display will change as shown in Figure 12-13 It now shows that Automatic Backups are enabled and shows the status of the last backup While automatic backups will run regularly based on your schedule, if you ever want to run the backup immediately (such as after saving a number of pictures onto your computer from a holiday), you can click Back Up Now Additionally, you can change the backup options at any time by clicking Change Backup Settings This allows you to change the destination of the backup, the file types you want to back up, and the frequency of the backups
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Figure 12-13 Backup Status and Configuration
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Restore Files
If you click Restore Files, the menu changes from backup options to restore options The Restore Files menu gives you two options Both options allow you to choose the backup and the files you want to restore
Advanced Restore The Advanced Restore option allows you to restore files that were created on another computer or restore files for other users This option requires administrative access Restore Files The Restore Files option allows you to restore files onto the same computer where they were backed up from
If you click the Restore Files option, you ll get a display similar to Figure 12-14 This option gives you the choice of restoring from the latest backup or an older backup
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Figure 12-14
Restoring files
Testing Your Backups Imagine this scenario You enabled your backups and they ve been working for months One day, you lose some key files No problem, you think You ve been doing backups for months You can just restore the files However, when you try to restore the files, the restore fails Ultimately, you discover that the backups you thought were occurring weren t You don t have any backups and your data is lost This might sound far fetched, but the same scenario is repeated daily around the world I ve been asked to help people restore data only to discover that either the most recent backups weren t good, or they didn t even have a single good backup The solution is simple Do a test restore occasionally This does two things for you: 1 It proves that your backups are valid If a problem occurs with your backups, you ll know right away not after you ve already lost key data 2 It gives you practice restoring your data The first time you restore data shouldn t be during a crisis If you regularly do practice restores, an actual restore will be easy If you ve never tested your backups before, now is a good time
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