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An AhsayACB Windows System Backup is used for a bare metal backup and recovery of PCs or notebooks running the Microsoft Windows desktop operating system, such as Windows 7,8.1,10, or 11. It provides complete protection for the operating system, configuration settings, drivers, applications, and user data against critical hardware failure or complete hard disk failure with one a single backup!

Please use the following steps to backup Microsoft Windows System on AhsayACB.

  1. On your desktop, click the AhsayACB icon.
  2. Once you're on the AhsayACB login page, enter your credentials to access your account. Then, click [OK].
  3. From the AhsayACB home screen, select [Backup Sets].
  4. Click the [+] sign to create a new backup set.
  5. Rename the file backup set or use the default name provided.
  6. Change the backup set type to MS Windows System Backup.
  7. Select a temporary location for the system backup.
  8. Click [Next].
  9. Enable Include all critical volumes.
  10. Select the volumes you aim to backup.
  11. A default backup schedule is set up. You can delete this by double-clicking on the default schedule and click [Delete this backup schedule] or you may also click the [+] sign to create a new backup schedule. Do not forget to enable Run Retention Policy after backup. Click [OK], then [Next] to proceed.
  12. Select Concurrent as backup mode if more than one storage destination will be used.
  13. Leave the maximmum concurrent backup destinations on default.
  14. Then click the [+] sign to add a new storage destination. Ahsay Drive is selected by default.
  15. Click [OK].
  16. Click [Add] to add another destination, then select a local or network destination.
  17. Click [OK], then click [Next].
  18. Keep the default setting for Encryption, then click [Next].
  19. Keep a copy of your encryption key, then click [Confirm].
  20. You now have the option to backup your Microsoft Windows System by clicking [Backup Now].
  21. Or click [Close] and wait for AhsayOBM to backup your files on the schedule you set it on.