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bram06

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I currently have Kerio installed on Ubuntu 14.04 and I would like to setup a backup so it saves to a network attached drive. Is it possible to do that and what is the process for this?
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Carly (GFI)

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Here is the info on how to setup backups in Kerio Connect.
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bm

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This is more system than Kerio related problem...

Mount your network shared folder into system, then change path in Backup/Archive settings in Kerio Admin.

[Updated on: Fri, 06 April 2018 22:03]

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blimonet

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bm wrote on Fri, 06 April 2018 21:53
This is more system than Kerio related problem...

Mount your network shared folder into system, then change path in Backup/Archive settings in Kerio Admin.


Agree with bm.
You have to mount a shared foler as a volume on a Linux server.

On a windows server, you can add a UNC folder directly.
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