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AOMEI Backupper Network 1.0 Review

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AOMEI Backupper Network

The easiest backup service provider – AOMEI Backupper – today announced the release of its new version AOMEI Backupper Network 1.0, AOMEI Backupper Network is a free centralized backup management solution that enables you to create and manage backup tasks for all desktop PCs, laptops, and virtual machines within LAN from a single central management computer. It’s very easy to centrally manage and backup system, disks, or partitions of all these client computers to a network share or NAS. Now, abNetwork fully supports Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, Windows Server 2003, 2008 (R2), 2012 (R2), 2016, Windows SBS 2003, 2008, 2011 and Windows Home Server 2011 (32/64-bit).

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AOMEI Backupper Network

AOMEI Backupper Network 1.0 Key Features

Central Backup

Centrally create a single task to backup system, disks, or partitions for all client computers to a network share or NAS. Besides, any open files or running applications can be backed up without problems or interruption.

Automatic Scan

Automatically scan and list all the online networked computers with AOMEI Backupper client program installed. To control them, just enter login information (domain account supported) or send a request.

Group Client Computers

To make backup management easy, you are allowed to divide client computers into different groups, such as sales dept, technical dept, finance dept. It also supports to group client computers via IP segment.

Schedule Backup

Set up a schedule to automatically run full, incremental and differential backups. You can perform an automatic backup daily, weekly, monthly or based on an event, such as system startup, system shutdown, etc.

Flexible Backup Rules

You can specify what will be backed up by creating a template based on one of client computers or choosing specified disks, disk number, partition number, drive letters or partition labels to match by disk and partition backups.

Complete Backup Settings

Customizing backups based on your preferences and needs. For example, add comments, encrypt backup images with passwords, choose backup compression level, split backup images and so on.

Logs Report

Centrally view backup status at a glance to examine any backups and diagnose any failures. Also, you can generate log reports (HTML format) with 1-click.

Remote Client Management

The centralized client management tool enables you to remotely install, update, or uninstall the AOMEI Backupper client program from the computers you’d like to backup.

Cross-segment Backup

Support to backup client computers in IP segments that differs from the central computer.

Add Offline Computers

Add offline controlled computers to a backup task and these computers will automatically execute the backup task once they’re online.

Installation Package with Authorization Code

Create an installation package with authorization code. Once the client computers have installed the package, the central computer will be automatically authorized with control permission.

Network Share/NAS Management

Add/remove network share/NAS on the frequently used list and manage the account, password and storage.

Email Notification

Receive email notifications of backup results or low disk space warning in a network share/NAS.

The Ending

AOMEI Backupper Network is really a nice tool to back up all the computers in the company and monitor them in a central computer. In addition, if your data loss or a system crash happens, you can restore them back by AOMEI Backupper, AOMEI Backupper is the best backup software that allows you to backup files, partitions, disks, and systems easily into an image file. AOMEI Backupper can also help you to achieve a disk clone and file sync feature!

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