Important! BigMIND supports MS SQL Server versions 2008 R2, 2012, 2014 and 2016. BigMIND allows the user to restore the data to a newly created database, as well as restoring it over an existent one. Please refer to the following steps to restore your MS SQL Database: Open BigMIND desktop client on your machine → Click the Restore option […]
By using Zoolz or BigMIND, you will be backing up your valuable data to the Cloud. Data on the Cloud does not get affected by any malware that could affect your files locally on your computer. Since Zoolz and BigMIND have Versioning feature, you can always recover (Restore) the old (Not-affected) versions of your files from your […]
This option will allow the admin of the Zoolz/BigMIND Business account and the Home users to initiate the restoration process on any machine remotely through the web. Here is how to do that:
The same methods apply if you wish to restore from an archived computer. Before restoring, always be sure that you have set the power options on your computer correctly. This will prevent your computer from entering sleep mode during the restoration process. Never log off your user’s account, restart it or turn it off […]
If you are restoring an Outlook file to a new location or a new machine, you would need to import it inside Outlook for your emails to show. To do so: Select the Import and Export option under File in the top menu bar. Select the option, Personal Folders File (.pst) and click the Next button to […]
Zoolz/BigMIND does not delete files from the backup even if you have deleted them from your machine. In the case you have deleted file(s) from your machine, you will find your file(s) still available under your Zoolz/BigMIND backup. To restore these files: Method 1 and Method 2 apply for BigMIND Restoring/Downloading from Cold Storage needs […]
The same methods applied if you wish to restore from an archived backup. You can restore older versions of the files whether they are stored to the Hot or Cold storage. Restoring/Downloading from Cold Storage needs 3-12 hours to start.