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Rapid Recovery 6.1.2 - Third-Party Integration Guide

Introduction to Rapid Recovery Add-on for Kaseya Introduction to Rapid Recovery and installing it using the Add-on for Kaseya Using the Rapid Recovery Add-on for Kaseya About us

Protecting a machine using the Rapid Recovery Add-on for Kaseya

Before you protect a machine, be sure to have on hand the information for the machine volumes and the Rapid Recovery Core repositories.

Complete the following steps to protect a machine with Rapid Recovery.

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In the table, click the Protect Agent icon for the machine that you want to protect.
4.
On the Options page, use the Repositories drop-down list to select a repository for storing the backed up data.

A message appears in the Managed by Core column, alerting you that the setup of protection is in progress. After the setup, the name of the Core appears in this column. The default interval for protection is one hour.

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Under Volumes, select the volumes on the machine that you want to protect.
6.
Click Protect.

Updating protection and replication status

When you update the protection and replication status for a machine, you get the latest status of all protected machines associated with the known Cores. This feature is helpful if you need to verify that you have the latest version of protected data.

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Click Update Protection and Replication Status.

Editing a protected machine in the Rapid Recovery Add-on for Kaseya

Complete the following steps to make changes to the settings of a machine protected by the Rapid Recovery Core from the Add-on for Kaseya.

2.
In the table, click the Edit icon for the machine that you want to edit.
4.
Click Protect.

Removing a machine from the Rapid Recovery Add-on for Kaseya

When you remove a machine from protection, Rapid Recovery stops collecting backups of the machine in the repository.

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In the list of machines on this page, click the Remove icon for the machine that you want to remove.
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