Follow this procedure to view accounts in the Credentials Vault, or to edit, merge, or remove accounts.
The Credentials Vault page appears. For each account, the user name, description, and utilization appears.
The Edit Account dialog box appears.
NOTE: Since passwords are not viewable, if you have any concerns about the password associated with this account, simply re-enter the appropriate password in the Password field.
The Merge to Account dialog box appears.
The Merge to Account dialog box closes, the screen refreshes, and the account records are merged.
Many actions in the Rapid Recovery Core Console require you to enter account credentials.
After accounts have been added to the Credentials Vault, when prompted to authenticate, you can view the list of accounts and select an account with one click, rather than manually entering your account user name and password.
Follow this procedure to use an account from the Credentials Vault.
The Credentials Vault drop-down grid appears. Each row shows the user name and description associated with an account held in the vault.
The grid closes, and the account information is passed to the window or dialog box. Since passwords are hidden, the password field is not shown.
This section describes how to use and manage the snapshots and recovery points generated by Rapid Recovery. It includes information about mounting, viewing, and forcing, as well as migrating and deleting recovery points.
A recovery point is a collection of snapshots taken of individual disk volumes and stored in the repository. Snapshots capture and store the state of a disk volume at a given point in time while the applications that generate the data are still in use. In Rapid Recovery, you can force a snapshot, temporarily pause snapshots, and view lists of current recovery points in the repository as well as delete them if needed. Recovery points are used to restore protected machines or to mount to a local file system.
The snapshots that are captured by Rapid Recovery are done so at the block level and are application aware. This means that all open transactions and rolling transaction logs are completed and caches are flushed to disk before creating the snapshot.
Rapid Recovery uses a low-level volume filter driver, which attaches to the mounted volumes and then tracks all block-level changes for the next impending snapshot. Microsoft Volume Shadow Services (VSS) is used to facilitate application crash consistent snapshots.