Enterprise Backup Software, Covered By Covered by Cisco Software
Covered in Cisco’s latest software release, Enterprise Backup is a suite of backup and recovery software designed to make IT simpler, faster, and more secure.
While Cisco recommends using Enterprise Backup, there are a number of alternatives, including:The most obvious alternative is using the popular Microsoft Windows Backup tool, which provides access to files and folders on any Windows-based system, including Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003, but it’s not the only option.
With the latest Windows 7.1 update, Microsoft has also included the ability to restore files and directories on older Windows versions.
In addition to this, there’s the possibility of using the Mac and Linux version of Enterprise Backup.
For example, in an Enterprise Backup environment, you can simply use a command such as “C:\Program Files\Windows Backup” to restore a backup file.
Or, you could simply create a backup with “C:/Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Backup” and use the “b” command to save the backup to the specified folder.
As you can see from the screenshot above, the backup will be created in C:\Program files\Windows backup, and the folder will be C:\Windows backup\.
Using a backup script, such as a file-based backup or a file archiving tool, allows you to quickly create backups and restore them to a file system, and you can even set a date on which to restore the backup.
As for the software itself, the newest version of the software is available as an add-on for the Windows 7 and 8 operating systems.
You can download the latest Enterprise Backup to your desktop from the following link.
In an earlier version of this article, we noted that the Covered In Covered article was only available to users who purchased Enterprise Backup software, so it’s important to note that the list is not available to customers who purchased the latest version of Cisco’s Enterprise Backup Suite.