Demo / Documentation Videos

Cloning from an Evoq Social (on the Cloud) to a local machine

Cloning from an Evoq Social (on the Cloud) to a remote (not Azure) machine

Installing DNNBackup and performing your first backup

Cloning (restoring) your DNN Installation from your DNNBackup files

Configuring notifications and scheduled backups

Tools and General Options

(Advanced) Creating the database and Restoring when databaseOwner mismatch

 

 

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Testimonials

5.0 review rating Ray D says...

quote Until recently I hadn't really needed to use DNNBackup, but it had always seemed to work quite nicely. Last week we moved our site from one hosting provider to another. The previous hosting provider required a helpdesk ticket opened to request a SQL backup and the timeliness of their responses left something to be desired (one of the reasons we switched hosts). I used DNNBackup to create full backups of our site, tested restoring them on my local machine as well as on the staging site of our new hosting provider. I was able to do this many times until I was certain everything was going well. We were able to move our site in under an hour and have an exact copy of the site from the previous hosting provider at the moment in time that we created the backup. This is a fantastic product, not only as an insurance policy against something bad happening, but also for moving sites around and making it easy to create local copies of a production site for testing new modules, skins, settings,

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