Exiland Backup Professional

Exiland Backup Professional
            License: Shareware $99.50
            OS: Win2000,WinXP,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Windows 8,Windows 10,WinServer,WinOther,WinVista
            Requirements: windows, 128 mb ram, 16 mb free disk space, screen 800x600
            Publisher: Exiland Software
            Homepage: https://exiland-backup.com

exiland backup professional is a full featured edition. it includes all the features of standard edition and additionally allows you to back up files from multiple pcs on a local network using the specified accounts (logins and passwords), and save backups to any storage locations: local or network drives, ftp/sftp servers, removable media (such as external hdd or flash drives). professional edition runs as a windows service in background without interfering with other programs. exiland backup saves your disk space by compressing the files included in backups. it is perfectly suited for backing up the data in a local network: work documents, database files, websites, user profiles, and so forth. you can download a demo version of exiland backup to try out before you decide on buying.

main features

– performs four backup types: full backup, differential backup, incremental backup, and data synchronization
– supports vss (volume shadow copy) to back up open files: ms outlook (*.pst,*.ost), etc.
– provides powerful file filters (masks, attributes, excluded subfolders, and so forth)
– fast multi-threaded copying
– has a flexible scheduler
– allows scheduling tasks on pc startup/shutdown or usb device connection and launching tasks manually from windows command line
– backs up any data: local and network files and folders
– duplicates your backups;
– sends backups as email attachments
– performs standard zip compression
– supports aes encryption (128-bit, 192-bit, and 256-bit key strengths) and password protection
– supports zip64 technology; splits large zip archives into multiple volumes
– automatically deletes the oldest backups
– runs third-party programs or commands before/after the execution of a backup task
– restores lost files
– logs all backup operations
– shows backup progress in the notification area (system tray)
– uses three types of notifications (e-mail, net send, and on-screen message)

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