Today I’ll explain a basic feature of Uranium Backup: FTP backup. Webmasters and site builders need to protect their work from unpleasent accidents. Hosting providers generally back up your site daily or weekly, but it’s important to have at least an updated copy in your PC to avoid unexpected problems.
Uranium let you back up your blog or website in a few clicks. Let’s see how you can get the job done!
First step is to create a new backup job. Click on the suggested link, then specify the name of the backup set (description is optional).
Click on the Click here to add a FTP donwload link.
Then specify the backup folder, FTP domain (or the IP address) and access credentials. If you need strong security, I suggest you to enable FTPS or SFTP (not both at the same time), but note that transfer rate will decrease.
Select the folders you want to back up. You can specify it manually or select it through the FTP client.
The setup is finished. You only have to select how Uranium Backup have to behave in case of errors: the Always setting is suggested because errors aren’t so rare during a FTP backup.
Now it’s time to perform your first backup.
Protect your data! No matter what.
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