• Yuri Alexandrov
    1
    As you have repeatedly explained, the deduplication base is stored locally.
    Two questions actually:
    1. How is it possible to save it, so that it can be restored later when reinstalling the program (say, a complete reinstallation of Windows, but with all working files, backups, etc. saved)?
    2. Why not store it together with backup parameters in backup storage?

    And a small question - is it possible to individually use the trial again, if I put it on a work computer some months ago, but did not have time to use it in two weeks (distracted by business), and the trial had expired :-(.
    Now, when I try a new version, it says that there is no trial. I am interested in the image-based backup check, which is not available in the free version.
  • Alexander Negrash
    21
    The dedup base will be regenerated from the structure of your backup. It doesn't make any sense to keep it separately.

    DM me the email address that you activated the trial with. I will extend for another 2 weeks
  • Yuri Alexandrov
    1
    The dedup base will be regenerated from the structure of your backup.Alexander Negrash

    Thank you for answer!

    I was just confused by this statement from the help:
    --
    Once a deduplication database is deleted or corrupted, a full backup type is always initiated
    --

    I thought I could somehow prevent a full backup from happening :-)
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