• simonj
    0
    Sorry for my last post[. All my skills are in Microsoft servers/workstations etc..
    I have only been more serious about Linux because people are now realizing
    just how power full Linux is. So this is my setup:

    I have installed and activated my Linux Ultimate software

    I can do a local backup

    I have set up an smb network share (server 2022 Microsoft)

    My question is:

    How do I upload specific Linux directories/files to my network share server box?

    thank you for any assistance that you may be able to offer.

    respect, me, Simon
  • Alexander Negrash
    21
    Have you successfully mounted the network share to your Linux system? Once it's properly mounted, you should be able to see it as a local storage destination when creating or editing a backup plan.
  • Alexander Negrash
    21
    Just a quick follow-up to give some clarity here.
    If need to add a network share:
    1. Mount the network share to your system
    2. In the backup agent add a local destination under the "File system" option
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    3. Select your network share as a destination in your backup plan.

    You can also mount/unmount network share with pre/post actions. For instructions read this article https://kb.msp360.com/backup-mac-linux/mount-unmount-network-shares-before-after-backup
  • simonj
    0
    thank you very much for your first class help and solution.

    I have decided to go open source and use imaging software,
    i will then up load the image to the network via a samba share
    to my Microsoft network. this works. many thanks again, me,
    respect, have a great day ;--]]
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