contentACCESS Backup

Introduction to contentACCESS Backup

contentACCESS Backup is a user-friendly solution designed to address various backup scenarios encountered by organizations. It provides support for email, OneDrive, SharePoint, and Teams management, and it even offers cloud backup solutions as well. This tool simplifies task implementation and data backup procedures, offering a straightforward approach to storing essential data securely.
With contentACCESS Backup, users can seamlessly configure plugin instances (jobs) in the background to manage tasks efficiently without interrupting their workflow or compromising access to critical data. Moreover, the platform ensures unified access to stored content, regardless of the target destination, streamlining data retrieval processes.
In addition, contentACCESS Backup is seamlessly integrated with contentACCESS framework. This synchronization mechanism ensures that any configuration changes made in either platform are automatically reflected in the other. For instance, creating a storage in Central Administration will promptly appear in contentACCESS Backup, and vice versa, enhancing consistency and efficiency across the backup infrastructure.

The user interface of contentACCESS Backup is divided into the following sections:

  1. Tenant selector – you can switch between the available tenants on the left side of the page by clicking the Tenant selector dropdown menu
  2. Side menu – the menu on the left side of the user interface provides navigation between the different tabs and features available in the contentACCESS Backup system. This menu is partitioned into three sections: Common features (Dashboard, Storages, Schedules, Microsoft 365 connection, Jobs), Microsoft 365 Backup (General settings, Address book), and Logs and auditing (System logs and Configuration auditing). All features will be described in details in the subsequent chapters.
  3. Settings – the gear icon opens a pop-up window that allows you to set the language, check, or clear the logs. Currently, only the English language is supported on the server.
  4. Help – the question mark icon opens the contentACCESS Backup documentation in Tech-Arrow’s Documentation center.
  5. User information – this pop-up window contains information about the logged-in user. In addition, you can easily sign out by clicking the Sign out button.


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