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backup file

A duplicate file in a location apart from the original file. See backup storage and backup types.
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If they want to recover from iTunes or iCloud Backup File, then it can retrieve 12 types of data from your iTunes or iCloud backup, including Camera Roll, Photo Stream, Contacts, Messages, Message Attachments, Call History, Calendar, Reminders, Notes, Voice Memos, WhatsApp and Safari Bookmarks.
In addition, when selecting Recover from iTunes Backup File mode, users can extract the iTunes Backup File for all iOS devices, including the new iPhone 5S/5C and iPad mini 2/iPad Air.
They want to supply the agent with the information needed, but many are concerned about turning over the entire backup file to the IRS.
During the trial period, the software will explore the existing data on the user's device or iTunes backup file, and display the total number of existing and deleted data entries that would be visible with a full version of the software.
By publishing the content of backup files directly to ESX hosts, Veeam eliminates the need to extract backup files, and the time and storage required to do so.
Being an incremental process, the oldest instance is overwritten with a latest file, enabling the server to avoid getting overloaded with backup files hence saving on the hardware resource utilization.
The only way to know for sure is to open a backup file and verify its integrity.
CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom -- Red Gate has released a new version of SQL Data Compare that delivers a major time-saver for developers and DBAs: the ability to compare a live database with its backup, without having to restore the backup file or even copy it to a local disk.
Anyone who has attempted to restore from tape or from a backup file saved in a proprietary format and has found the backup files contained corrupted data -- or no data at all -- will appreciate the ability EzBackup offers to easily confirm the contents of backup files.
With "Restore" Wizard, the user selects the backup file to be restored from the CD, the destination drive partition--and it does the rest.
Typical implementations have a dedicated backup file server that mounts copies of the "live" file systems in order to perform zero-impact backups during operations.
In addition to these new optimization capabilities, the PatchPoint System now offers new features to ensure a seamless integration into enterprise networks, including: policy-based forwarding -- to deploy PatchPoint in virtually any network deployment; failover configuration -- two PatchPoint Gateways may now be paired, identically configured and managed in parallel or serial network topologies, to provide redundancy and ensure 100% PatchPoint Gateway availability; proxy support -- PatchPoint now supports the download of inline patches as well as system software image updates in environments where a proxy server must be used for all Internet traffic; and scheduled backups of the entire system (hourly to monthly) to a backup file system located anywhere on the network.