How To Set Up And Use The ArchiverFS

ArchiverFS allows you to store the files in the system and back up the data very fast without storing your information in any data system. You get a seamless and instant access to your files. Files of unlimited lengths can be stored in the archiver. There is an option of getting rid of unused files in the archiver through the graveyard jobs. You can backup these files in any location you want and delete it permanently. It is important to know how to use the archiverFS. Check out the main product page.

Before installing the archiver, the first step is to make a user account in it. Make an account that allows you full control on the data to be stored and the location in which you will transfer the data. For all permissions, join Domain Administrators group. Create symbolic links under the Local Policies section. After this, gain access to auditing & security log.

After this, the next step is installing the prerequisites and ArchiveShare. You need to install prerequisites like SQL Express 2008 R2, Microsoft.Net Framework and SAP Crystal reports. Next, install the ArchiveShare on a PC that has Windows 7 or later versions. Give full control sharing permission in the settings. Don’t remove the system and domain administrator entries.

Once you have installed the archiver, you need to run it. Run the archiver as per the screen instructions that you get. Configure the workstation for using hard links. This is done by following registry keys of your computer.

The files are transferred from the PC to the ArchiverFS through archive jobs. Visit their site for more info. A UNC path connects the folders in your PC to the location in the archiver where you want to transfer the files. Clicking on a folder and touching the ‘Create Job’ button will start the process of shifting and archiving the files. Follow the instructions and copy or move the files to the archiver. Do a test run of the jobs you create. You can also setup graveyard jobs for deleting the unused files forever.

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