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Manually launch ConnApp backup?

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Hi,

We have a ConnApp Appliance at version 6.4. I have schedule the appliance backup, but i would like to launch a backup of the appliance right now and not wait for the schedule.

Is there a way to do this? CLI? Web?

Thanks

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Select the "One Time Only" Checkbox in the Setup > Appliance Backup > WebUI then hit save.

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Select the "One Time Only" Checkbox in the Setup > Appliance Backup > WebUI then hit save.

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Hi,

Do you know how to do it with CLI?

Because that way, i have to go in the config page and reconfigure it to a schedule after.

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Sorry, I don't know the right way to do it through the CLI. But I do think your making more work for yourself that way. Just write down the schedule and put it back when its done.

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Hi,

Could you help me in configuring backup for connector appliance through CLI.

Thanks in Advcance.

Regards,

Sujana

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why through CLI? The WebUI allows you to do single or scheduled backups, and its much simplier

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