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Found 6 results

  1. Is there a way to backup all of the configuration - networking, PineAP, etc. - so that after a firmware upgrade you don't have to redo all of that stuff? I can't find a way in the UI, and am unsure where I might be able to do that via ssh. Help is appreciated.
  2. Hello Guys, Apologies in advance for the question, as i am a noob with virtualization. I am working on a Disaster Recovery plan, and had some questions, as I am new to ESXi Virtualization.I have several Virtual machines running on my ESXi 6.0 Server, the ESXI OS is installed on the local hard disk, currently running on a raid 1. what would be the best way for me to backup the Hosts that i have running on the virtual machine. Here's an example of what i want to be able to accomplish: I have an ESXI server hosting a virtual windows 2012 machine. A storm hits and the machine is totaled. I want to have some sort of media that i can plug into a different ESXI server and have my windows 2012 server backup. is this possible at all. Thanks in advance for any help!
  3. Deathwalker

    Updates

    Hi, When you update it, verything is reset? Any good backup/import/export for it? Cheers
  4. What cloud storage software would you suggest? I use the dell latitude E7240. I need a cloud storage solution for my data. CloudBacko software also looks ok. What do you think? Any Suggestion?
  5. Whats the best way to back up web based e-mail msgs. Services like Gmail, Yahoo, and Hotmail offer POP/SMTP servers. IMAP caches the msgs w/out removing the original from the server. I need an all in one utility that can D/L emails, contacts, and attachments. The ideally utility should encrypt the info and integrate seamlessly into apps like Outlook. Cnet offers like a million and one different backup apps for Windows. Is there one that works on Linux and Windows?
  6. Hey everyone, Thoughts on methods to preserving the downloaded modules prior to a firmware update? As most of us have done, the modules installed are to a usb drive attached to the Pineapple, however updating the firmware or resetting will of course remove the menu items installed. Has anyone found a way to alleviate this issue? So far I've thought of simply backing up the :1471 gui page and replacing the html/php file, but I feel that may be somewhat sloppy, especially with any upcoming firmware updates which may give a refreshed look to the gui itself. I personally do not enjoy re-downloading all of the modules, especially since they are already present on my thumb drive, simply to have them appear as installed and re-pinned to the menu bar, so any light or bright ideas are very welcome. Cheers and thanks everyone, great community.
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