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Howto: Using QNAP's RTRR with Windows Server

Posted on Tuesday, September 06 2011 @ 02:10:19 CEST by


I have a lot of data. So much so, that there are servers and multiple NAS on my network. Not all people are like me, but if you are and you have a lot of important data, then backing it up may have become an issue. Until recently, I had been using a bunch of external disks to do my backups, but when we got our hands on the QNAP TS-419P+, everything changed. QNAP has bundled a featured called RTRR (real-time remote replication) into their firmware and it allows you to have your QNAP NAS schedule a sync or a backup either from an RTRR servers or through FTP.

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