1. Instant Storage Data: From this tab, you can select the file(s)/folder(s) you need to back up to your Instant Storage. You can select from the pre-defind categories (Smart Selections), or use the Manual Add as in the following screenshot.

Instant Storage Data

2. Cold Storage Data: From this tab, you can select the file(s)/folder(s) you need to back up to your Cold Storage. You can select from the pre-defind categories (Smart Selections), or use the Manual Add as in the following screenshot.

Cold Storage Data

3. Extensions: From this tab, you can:

  • Edit (add/remove) the VSS extensions.
  • Edit (add/remove) the Block Level extensions.
  • Edit (add/remove) the Smart Selection extensions for eBooks, PDF, office files and financial files.
  • Use the Global Exclude to add the extensions of the files which you want to exclude from the backup of all the users.
  • Use the Exclude by Folders to add the folders which you want to exclude from the backup of all the users.

Extensions

4. Hybrid+: From this tab you can enable/disable the Hybrid+ feature for all of the users.

Hybrid

5. Settings: From this tab, you can:

  • Set the General Settings for the backup, which are:
    • Include/exclude hidden files.
    • Enable/disable backup markers.
    • Enable/disable Windows context menu integration.
    • Enable/disable Battery Mode.
    • Enable/disable Presentation Mode.
    • Start/do not start Zoolz when the computer starts.
    • Enable/disable RAW images preview.
    • Generate/do not generate JPG images preview.
    • Enable/disable multithreaded upload.
    • Specify the connection type you need Zoolz to work on it. (LAN/WiFi/3G)
  • Set the Security Settings for the backup, which are:
    • Allow/prevent the user(s) to set encryption password for their backup.
    • Enable/disable the SSL.
  • Set the Backup Schedule, to specify when to run the backup of Zoolz, and to change the frequency at which the Block Level files will be backed up.
  • Enable/disable the Bandwidth Throttling, and schedule it if needed.

Settings.jpg

6. Privileges: From this tab, you can:

  • Set the Web Privileges, which are:
    • Enable delete data: Using this option, you can specify whether you want to allow the user(s) to delete any of their backed up files (from their online accounts) or not.
    • Enable Sharing: Using this option, you can specify whether you want to allow the user(s) to share any of their backed up files or not.
    • Allow the ability to edit sign in email: Using this option, you can specify whether you want to allow the user(s) to edit their account’s emails or not.
    • Allow the ability to change password: Using this option, you can specify whether you want to allow the user(s) to be able to reset their passwords by themselves or not.
    • Allow the ability to edit username: Using this option, you can specify whether you want to allow the user(s) to be able to edit their usernames or not.
  • Set the Client Privileges, which are:
    • Add client passcode: Using this option, you can set a passcode that the user will need to enter whenever he/she tries to open Zoolz software (client) which is installed on his machine.
    • Customize Zoolz Privileges:
      • Enable Run Now
      • Enable Pause/Resume
      • Allow the ability to exit Zoolz
      • Enable Sharing
      • Enable removing file/folder
      • Enable adding file/folder from context menu and Enable Uninstalling Zoolz.

Privileges

1. Hot Storage Data: From this tab, you can select the file(s)/folder(s) you need to back up to your Hot Storage. You can select from the pre-defind categories (Smart Selections), or manually select the wanted files/folders as in the following screenshot.

Hot Storage Data

 

2. Cold Storage Data: From this tab, you can select the file(s)/folder(s) you need to back up to your Cold Storage. You can select from the pre-defind categories (Smart Selections), or manually select the wanted files/folders as in the following screenshot.

Cold Storage Data

 

3. OCR Data: Select the files you want to backup using OCR, and the language for the files.

OCR Data

4. Extensions: From this tab, you can:

  • Edit (add/remove) the VSS extensions.
  • Edit (add/remove) the Block Level extensions.
  • Edit (add/remove) the Smart Selection extensions for eBooks, PDF, office files and financial files.
  • Use the Global Exclude to add the extensions of the files which you want to exclude from the backup of all the users.
  • Use the Exclude by Folders to add the folders which you want to exclude from the backup of all the users.

Extensions

 

5. Hybrid+: From this tab you can enable/disable the Hybrid+ feature for all of the users.

Hybrid

 

6. Settings: From this tab, you can:

  • Set the General Settings for the backup, which are:
    • Include/exclude hidden files.
    • Enable/disable backup markers.
    • Enable/disable Windows context menu integration.
    • Enable/disable Battery Mode.
    • Enable/disable Presentation Mode.
    • Start/do not start Zoolz when the computer starts.
    • Enable/disable RAW images preview.
    • Generate/do not generate JPG images preview.
    • Enable/disable multithreaded upload.
    • Specify the connection type you need Zoolz to work on it. (LAN/WiFi/3G)
  • Set the Security Settings for the backup, which are:
    • Allow/prevent the user(s) to set encryption password for their backup.
    • Enable/disable the SSL.
  • Set the Backup Schedule, to specify when to run the backup of Zoolz, and to change the frequency at which the Block Level files will be backed up.
  • Enable/disable the Bandwidth Throttling, and schedule it if needed.

 

Settings

7. Privileges: From this tab, you can:

  • Set the Web Privileges, which are:
    • Enable delete data: Using this option, you can specify whether you want to allow the user(s) to delete any of their backed up files (from their online accounts) or not.
    • Enable Sharing: Using this option, you can specify whether you want to allow the user(s) to share any of their backed up files or not.
    • Allow the ability to edit sign in email: Using this option, you can specify whether you want to allow the user(s) to edit their account’s emails or not.
    • Allow the ability to change password: Using this option, you can specify whether you want to allow the user(s) to be able to reset their passwords by themselves or not.
    • Allow the ability to edit username: Using this option, you can specify whether you want to allow the user(s) to be able to edit their usernames or not.
  • Set the Client Privileges, which are:
    • Add client passcode: Using this option, you can set a passcode that the user will need to enter whenever he/she tries to open Zoolz software (client) which is installed on his machine.
    • Customize Zoolz Privileges:
      • Enable Run Now
      • Enable Pause/Resume
      • Allow the ability to exit Zoolz
      • Enable Sharing
      • Enable removing file/folder
      • Enable adding file/folder from context menu and Enable Uninstalling Zoolz.

Privileges