We have recently encountered a few customers who are seeing BackupAssist Rsync jobs connecting to a Synology NAS failing due to authentication issues that have previously working without issue. This appears...
If you're not already familiar with Rsync, it's the method (or 'protocol' to be posh about it) that BackupAssist uses to send data off-site to locations such as NAS boxes or to other servers.
QNAP make a NAS device that's popular with our customers and this week I came across an issue with backing up via Rsync to it that I've seen before...
...cue helpful (hopefully) blog post!
A couple of minor updates for you this morning - there are new versions available of both BackupAssist and Outlook Connector on our site now.
BackupAssist consists of two small fixes only while the Outlook Connector release sees new official support for Outlook 2013 clients.
Just a short and simple support issue this time, but one that we have seen a couple of times now so I thought it was worth sharing.
If you are planning on using the opensource Windows Rsync server 'CWRsync' on a Windows 7 machine you may want to follow this guide before configuring any user accounts.
A new update for BackupAssist has just been made available by the Australian development team and is now available to download from our Web site.
As you can see from the release notes this update consists primarily of fixes although if you're a reseller you might be interested to learn that it's now possible to add your own logo in to the interface and splash screen of BackupAssist.
This may be quite a unique error but never the less I thought it was worth sharing in case someone else sees it, so if you have found this article as a result of a Google search then please leave a comment below if it helped you out.
A couple of minor updates for you this morning - there are new versions available of both BackupAssist and SecurityGateway on our site now.
BackupAssist consists of fixes only while the SecurityGateway release sees a new licencing authentication system implemented and the withdrawal of support for Windows XP (versions prior to SP2 ) and Server 2003 (versions prior to SP1).