Backing up open files (VSS)

By default, Zoolz supports backing up PST files while they are open. To add more file extensions to the list of the files you wish Zoolz to back them up even if they are open, please apply the following:

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No-Zoolz Zone

When you install Zoolz on your Windows machine, you’ll find that a new folder with the name of No-Zoolz Zone has been created on your desktop. You can use this No-Zoolz Zone folder to prevent Zoolz from backing up certain files/folders by simply drag/drop them into it. This way, if you select to back up your entire […]

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Files De-Duplication

Zoolz has introduced a De-Duplication feature. This feature will work between your machines and the Zoolz servers in order to locate the duplicate files. So, when: You move your files to a new machine Reinstall Windows on your machine Back up the same file from two machine or more Back up the same file that […]

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Zoolz versioning

Since Zoolz backs up your files incrementally, it will create a new version of your files once they get modified, and you can select to restore an older version of your wanted file. Zoolz Business users can control how many versions of the files they want to keep in their backup. For more information, please […]

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Bandwidth Throttling

Zoolz backs up to Amazon S3 servers, and does not limit or cap uploading speed unless the user choose to throttle the bandwidth taken by Zoolz. You can enable the bandwidth throttling and schedule it (if needed) as the following:

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Multi-threaded Upload

This method of uploading files will speed up your backup by uploading more than one batch at a time. On the other hand, this means that more bandwidth will be used, since we are uploading more files at a time. You can enable/disable the Multithreaded upload option as the following: Enabling the Bandwidth Throttling option […]

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