MSP360 (CloudBerry) Backup uses different approaches for processing various kinds of backups. Dropbox for mac. For this reason, block-level backup may become unavailable when using certain storage providers as a destination for your backups. See Feature Comparison by Storage Providers for more information. MSP360™ (formerly CloudBerry) Managed Backup is an online backup service for MSPs and IT departments who require centralized management, monitoring and reporting. MSP360 provides advanced, easy-to-use, backup and disaster recovery solutions for consumers, businesses, and managed service providers (MSPs). MSP360 Backup: Advanced backup features to protect your data. High-performance and low-cost cloud storage for backups; File / image backup, flexible scheduling, compression, encryption, and ransomware. MSP360 Backup is now CloudBerry Backup. CloudBerry Backup provides SMBs with an affordable and secure backup solution that works on all major platforms, including Windows, Linux, Mac, Hyper-V, and VMware. CloudBerry Backup supports both local backups and cloud storage services like AWS, Microsoft Azure, Backblaze B2, Wasabi, Google Cloud Storage.
This tutorial illustrates how to use the Backup Wizard for backing up your files with a Windows version of MSP360 (CloudBerry) Backup. This wizard enables you to save and re-use the configured backup plans.
We do not recommend that you use file-level backup to back up your entire storage device. Consider using the image-based backup instead.
After launching MSP360 (CloudBerry) Backup, you can run the Backup Wizard by pressing Ctrl+B or clicking Files on the Home tab of the application's main toolbar.
Using the Backup Wizard
The Backup Wizard provides the following pages for backing up your files and folders:
Backing Up EFS-Encrypted Files
Cloudberry Backup Encryption
Do one of the following if you need to back up EFS-encrypted files.
- Run the backup service under a user account that has permissions to decrypt files in a required directory.
- Create a EFS Data Recovery Agent (DRA) certificate and add it to a directory that you would like to back up.
Alternatively, you can consider enabling a Local System account to use EFS encryption.