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  • If you have universal restore, a function could be placed where the administrator could add the drives if the computer is not the same as the others. Also the possibility of not managing locally, but remotely online .. say in another company or even home.

  • realltime file back

    phone app for view and manage and apply task

    Encrypting image with AOMEI Centralized Backup Management

  • 1st: send or generate regulary Reports of grouped computers. including last backup, backup status, grown sizes, expected size in x months

    2nd: remote restore a pc to a choosen state (from backups), or last working state

    3rd: clone a pc/server to a pc started with a bootstick or pxe-boot. maybe timed or filtered by mac-adresses. this could be a really good posibility to rollout definied workstations if this is done as universal restore with a sysprep

     

  • - a central management of backuptimes. in detail: all computers belong to a special group. all these computers start to backup in a timewindow. but not all together to lower the network performance or the ressources of the backuptarget. or only x backupjobs can take place at the same time and the next one have to wait until one finished

    - a good feature would be to include a direkt link with the actual ip to a remoteviewer to see whats really shown on the computer. something like vnc-viewer, remotedesktop or teamviewer.

    - convert an backupimage to vhdx or vmdk to use it in hyper-v or vmware. so we could restore a failed computer really fast as a virtual machine until it´s repaired

    - include all important messages in the windows syslog. so anybody can use them in monitoring systems. like failed backups, missed backups, backups ok

    - a remote update of all backupper clients if a new version is available. timed, choosen or automatic

    - use snmp for monitoring systems

  • The idea of the administrator to be able to clone a workstation for the laptop mode also would not be bad. Thus the employee of the company could finish the work on the metro, bus, plane, etc..

  • I would welcome the ability to queue reports to a "traveler" workstation.

    This would be usefull when connecting the Central Server via VPN to multiple target locations (differen clients/companies) when providing services. Something for the Technician edition license.

  • I am managing an office with 12 workstations running Win 10 Pro X64.

    Our Server is running Server 2008 R2.

    I am using AOMEI Backupper PRO & SERVER to keep an offsite hard drive with the backup images.

    Once a quarter I do Full Backups and every two weeks I do incremental backups

    I do these on the weekends when the Office is empty.

    It has been taking 8 hours to back up everything on-site but I'd rather do this from home. The only reason I need to be on-site is to plug in the backup drive and then remove it when the backup is done. That is the easy part.


    So here is my whish list...

    Integrate Centralized Management to wake up remote workstations from server and initiate backups.

    Push application updates to workstations after backup is complete.

    Shutdown workstations when all tasks are complete.

    Send email, sms, voicemail message with progress as eack workstation is completed.

    Report on errors and resistant workstations.

    Send alerts when storage space is below XX% of drive.

    Send 'Request to Backup' if computer sits idle for XX minutes.

    Make Central Management Console both Desktop and Mobile Device friendly.

    Goose the transfer speed and automatically test and tweak 1Gbit networks

    and faster!!!!!

    Goose the speed of USB 3.1 backups!!!

    Provide transfer throughput reports and comparisons for last 3 backup processes.

    Report on workstation health.

    Provide encryption for backup data and media.

    Provide support for DIY Cloud Storage.


    Make me a winner!!!!!


    You have the best backup application I've ever used.

    It is simple and gets the job done.

    It just needs to do it faster.

    Keep up the excellent support!!!


    Pete...

  • Many good suggestions. 

    For me the most important features would be :


    Templates for Backup Schemes to be rolled out.

    Integration into AD for rights management 

    Overviews of existing backuos and Space used

    E-mails on different triggers, like backup failed, backup ok.. 


    I use Enterprise Technician Version since 2.10 and have a lot of freids convinced to use it too. Its simple and reliable . All it lacked for me..  was central management . 


    Eager to see it coming.. will like to beta test too....


    Harald Geier

    Concentric AB 

    IT Manager Germany




  • @vagn_32 ,

    Hey Vagn, you mentioned "clone a workstation for the laptop mode". Doese the laptop mode refer to https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Laptop_Mode_Tools?

  • @mohaaa

    Hi there, you mentioned can you explain more about "Encrypting image with AOMEI Centralized Backup Management" , What operations to images would you like to be secured by password?

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