Licenses and Encryption
Let's say you're backing up to a B2 bucket with Cloudberry Backup for Windows Desktop and client side encryption enabled. If you want to retrieve the backup from B2 on a second computer you need a license of Cloudberry Backup or Explorer Pro on that second computer to enter the decryption password and download the backup right? There's no other way to download the backup from B2 onto a second computer to test disaster recovery correct?
What exactly are you looking to test? Are you performing file folder backup, or are you performing an image based backup?
If you're encrypting with our product then you'll have to use our product to perform the restore. If you try to copy the files using our Explorer product, explorable will try to restore the files automatically as it will detect that they are encrypted with our backup product (you'll have to have the encryption key entered in options). Any other file utilities will copy the files in encrypted format from the cloud to your local machine. But if you describe in a little more detail exactly what you're looking to do I might be able to be able to provide additional guidance.
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