This article refers to CloudBerry Backup 4.5 and later.
We are glad to announce that starting from CloudBerry Backup 4.5 release, we have added the ability to backup and restore NTFS permissions!
Previously, CloudBerry Backup did not retain NTFS security permissions when performing data backup. From now on, you can back up and restore your files, folders and network shares with the complete set of their NTFS permissions.
Let's see how it works!
How to Backup NTFS permissions with CloudBerry Backup
1. Run CloudBerry Backup and click on Files button to start Backup Plan Wizard.
Note: In the Backup Storage section, you can find only the actual backed up files and folders. It does not display NTFS permissions of those objects. You can find these NTFS permissions displayed in the History tab.
How to Restore NTFS permissions with CloudBerry Backup
1. Run CloudBerry Backup and click Restore to start Restore Plan Wizard.
Note: The NTFS permissions are kept within the file version. If you modify NTFS permissions for the file but do not modify the file itself then the next backup iteration will back up only the updated permissions for that file. So, during the restore process, that file will be restored with the latest set of its NTFS permissions.
With the latest version of CloudBerry Backup solution, you don't have to worry about saving the NTFS permissions for your data. You can back up your files retaining all their NTFS permissions and easily restore them back to any location with the same set of permissions. Additionally, you can back up and restore NTFS permissions only, without the files they are assigned to which is an especially useful feature for server administrators.
|Download CloudBerry Backup FREE TRIAL|
Note: this post applies to CloudBerry standalone Backup.
- CloudBerry Backup for Amazon S3
- CloudBerry Backup for Windows Server
- CloudBerry MS SQL Backup for Amazon S3
- CloudBerry Backup for Exchange Server
- CloudBerry Enterprise Backup for Amazon S3
Like our products? Please help us spread the word about them. Learn here how to do it.