21 Jul BackupAssist v11.1 – Updated Exchange Granular Restore and Other Enhancements
A recent update for BackupAssist Classic v11.1 has now been released which includes an improvement to the Exchange Granular Restore module along with a whole host of other enhancements and fixes.
If you’re working with customers using BackupAssist to protect their on-premise Exchange installations, you’ll be pleased to know BackupAssist have now improved their Microsoft Exchange Granular Restore module which includes support for Exchange 2019 up to CU9 and 2016 up to CU20.
This release also includes a new report for backups missed due to the computer being in sleep mode at the scheduled backup time and a new dedicated destination option for backups to Wasabi.
The updates don’t stop there, with further enhancements for:
- Reporting – including reporting the size of SQL Protection backups
- Cloud backup – updated error for cloud backups that don’t back anything up and further support for backups to Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure destinations
- Cyber protection – The cyber black-box package file is now timestamped to allow easier sorting and correlation with other logs in the system.
Lastly, to better support you, the help button now opens the Help menu rather than previously going to the online documentation.
Detailed information on all of the latest bug fixes and tweaks for v11.1 are available here.
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