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Rapid Recovery 6.2 - Third-Party Integration Guide

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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.

2.
In the list of machines on this page, click the Remove icon for the machine that you want to remove.

Managing replication in the Rapid Recovery Add-on for Kaseya

Replication is the managing and transference of data (recovery points) between a source and target core. A snapshot of the recovery points on the source core is captured and then transmitted to a target core for redundancy. There are multiple ways in which replication can be configured; for example, between two cores at the same site or across two locations on a per machine basis. Rapid Recovery asynchronously transmits the snapshot of the replicated data (recovery points) to the target core for storage. Outbound replication can also be configured to a Managed Service Provider (MSP) providing off-site backup and disaster recovery service, or to a self-managed core.

The Rapid Recovery Add-on for Kaseya supports two types of replication. Replication by request is useful when you know the name but do not know the credentials for the Core to which you want to replicate; for example, an MSP-hosted core. On-demand replication is replication for a self-managed core, that is, a core that you own.

In the Rapid Recovery Add-on for Kaseya, the following list describes the replication tasks you can perform:

Preparing for replication

Use Prepare Replication to configure replication and pair (establish a connection) between two Cores, that is, one source and one target.

The Prepare Replication dialog box opens.

3.
On the Select remote Core tab, do one of the following:
For replication by request, select I have a subscription to a third-party providing off-site backup and disaster recovery services and wish to replicate my backups to that service (generate replication request), and then enter the information described in the following table.

Table 10. Replication request settings

Text Box

Description

Host Name

Enter the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) for the Core.

Port

Enter the port number that you received from the service provider. The default port number is 8006.

For on-demand replication, select I have my own remote Core I wish to replicate to (establish replication on-demand), and then enter the credentials for the target core as they are described in the following table.

Table 11. On-demand replication settings

Text Box

Description

Host Name

Enter the host name for the target (remote) Core.

Port

Enter the port number. The default port number is 8006.

User Name

The user name for logging on to the Core.

Password

The password associated with this user name.

4.
Click Continue.
b.
Click Finish to close this dialog box and submit the replication request.

On the Prepare Replication page, a message displays in the State column indicating that replication by request is in progress, followed by a status of Pending. If the request is approved, this status changes to Established. For replication on demand, the State column displays the text, Pairing.

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