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Re: hda-install -i XXXXX Error (Installer cannot access the network)

Postby bigfoot65 » Sat Feb 20, 2021 1:50 pm

The website will catch up shortly. Sometimes it takes a while to reflect installed.

What app are you trying to install?
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Re: hda-install -i XXXXX Error (Installer cannot access the network)

Postby Tiozim » Sun Feb 21, 2021 5:14 am

Hi,
I need an backup solution, something to prevent Ransomware, só I do not want the PCs make their BKPs in a shared folder of Amahi server, I want the Amahi enter in PCs shared and bkp the files Normaly I use Cobian for that.

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Re: hda-install -i XXXXX Error (Installer cannot access the network)

Postby bigfoot65 » Sun Feb 21, 2021 8:45 am

Ok. So your install issue is resolved.

Marking thread as resolved.

If you need further assistance, create a new topic.
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Re: hda-install -i XXXXX Error (Installer cannot access the network)

Postby cpg » Sun Feb 21, 2021 11:51 am

I need an backup solution, something to prevent Ransomware, só I do not want the PCs make their BKPs in a shared folder of Amahi server, I want the Amahi enter in PCs shared and bkp the files Normaly I use Cobian for that.
That is a valid concern these days. I would suggest doing a backup to Amahi connecting them manually through the file explorer and disconnect afterwards. I.e. initiate it when you know the machine is safe and then disconnect later.

It's a tough one. Even if you connect the other way around, some ransomeware could still infect the data.
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Re: hda-install -i XXXXX Error (Installer cannot access the network)

Postby cpg » Fri Feb 26, 2021 6:11 am

I was briefly looking into this and they are not free, but some have paid options to protect from ransmware. It's an interesting problem that of ransomware.

Look into Veeam Free, Macrium Reflect, FreeFileSync, Syncback, Synctoy, Cobian Backup, Robocopy scripting, urbackup server/client, Aomei Backupper, ..
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Re: hda-install -i XXXXX Error (Installer cannot access the network)

Postby bigfoot65 » Fri Feb 26, 2021 3:20 pm

I use the free version of FreeFileSync and it works well for Windows 10.

There’s also a VB script that will enable email of logs.
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