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Step 2. Specify Backup Job Name

At the Name step of the wizard, in the Job name field, type the name for the backup job and press Enter.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <topicref type="topic" id="424606534649881" build="ALL" modified="2016-03-31T18:58:39.663Z" icon="0" href="backup_job_folders"> <caption translate="true">Step 2. Specify Backup Job Name</caption> <topic><![CDATA[<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="../helpproject.xsl" ?> <topic template="Default" lasteditedby="VZhukov" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="../helpproject.xsd"> <title translate="true">Step 2. Specify Backup Job Name</title> <keywords> <keyword translate="true">backup<keyword translate="true">file-level</keyword></keyword> </keywords> <body> <header> <para styleclass="Heading1"><text styleclass="Heading1" translate="true">Step 2. Specify Backup Job Name</text></para> </header> <para styleclass="Normal"><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true">At the </text><text styleclass="T_Controls" translate="true">Name</text><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true"> step of the wizard, </text><text styleclass="Normal" style="text-decoration:none; vertical-align:baseline; color:#222222; background-color:#ffffff;" translate="true">enter a name for the backup job</text><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true">.</text></para> <para styleclass="Normal"><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true">At this step of the wizard, you must specify the backup scope — define what folders with files you want to include in the backup. </text></para> <para styleclass="Normal"><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true">In the file-level backup mode, you can create two types of backups:</text></para> <list id="5" type="ul" listtype="bullet" formatstring="&#167;" format-charset="SYMBOL_CHARSET" levelreset="true" legalstyle="false" startfrom="1" styleclass="List L1" style="font-family:Wingdings; font-size:10pt; color:#545454;"> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">File-level backup that includes individual &#160;folders on your computer. </text></li> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">Hybrid backup that contains individual folders and specific volumes of your computer.</text></li> </list> <para styleclass="Normal"><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true">To specify the backup scope, in the </text><text styleclass="T_Controls" translate="true">Objects to backup</text><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true"> list select check boxes next to necessary objects. You can include the following data in the backup:</text></para> <list id="6" type="ul" listtype="bullet" formatstring="&#167;" format-charset="SYMBOL_CHARSET" levelreset="true" legalstyle="false" startfrom="1" styleclass="List L1" style="font-family:Wingdings; font-size:10pt; color:#545454;"> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">Operating system data — data pertaining to the OS installed on your computer.</text></li> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">Personal files — user profile folder including all user settings and data. Typically, the user profile data is located in the </text><text styleclass="List L1" style="font-style:italic;" translate="true">Users</text><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true"> folder on the system disk, for example, </text><text styleclass="T_Filenames" translate="true">C:\Users</text><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">.</text></li> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">System reserved data — system data required to boot the OS installed on your computer. With this option enabled, </text><var styleclass="List L1">&lt;%EP%&gt;</var><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true"> will include in the backup scope Microsoft Windows system partition and boot partition of your computer. For GPT disks on Microsoft Windows 8, 8.1, 10, 2012 and 2012 R2, </text><var styleclass="List L1">&lt;%EP%&gt;</var><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true"> will additionally back up the recovery partition. To learn more, see </text><link displaytype="text" defaultstyle="true" type="topiclink" href="system_state_backup" styleclass="List L1" translate="true">System State Data Backup</link><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">.</text></li> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">Individual folders.</text></li> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">Individual computer volumes.</text></li> </list> <para styleclass="Normal"><table styleclass="Note" rowcount="2" colcount="1" style="width:99%;"> <tr style="vertical-align:top"> <td style="width:22px; height:38px; border-right:none; border-left:none;"> <para styleclass="T_NoteType"><conditional-text type="IF" value="HTML"/><image src="icon_note.png" scale="100.00%" styleclass="T_NoteType"></image><text styleclass="T_NoteType" translate="true">&#32;</text><conditional-text type="END"/><text styleclass="T_NoteType" translate="true">Note:</text></para> </td> </tr> <tr style="vertical-align:top"> <td style="width:22px; height:38px; border-right:none; border-left:none;"> <para styleclass="Notes"><var styleclass="Notes">&lt;%EP%&gt;</var><text styleclass="Notes" translate="true"> automatically adds to the list of exclusions the following Microsoft Windows objects for all computer users: temporary files folder, Recycle Bin, Microsoft Windows pagefile, hibernate file and VSS snapshot files from the System Volume Information folder.</text></para> </td> </tr> </table></para> <para styleclass="Normal"><image src="ep_backup_job_files.png" scale="100.00%" styleclass="Normal"></image></para> <para styleclass="Subheading"><text styleclass="Subheading" translate="true">Configuring Filters</text></para> <para styleclass="Normal"><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true">To include or exclude files of a specific type in/from the file-level backup, you can configure filters. </text></para> <para styleclass="Normal"><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true">To configure a filter:</text></para> <list id="7" type="ol" listtype="decimal" formatstring="&#37;&#115;&#46;" format-charset="DEFAULT_CHARSET" levelreset="true" legalstyle="false" startfrom="1" styleclass="List L1" style="font-family:Arial; font-size:10pt; color:#545454;"> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">At the </text><text styleclass="T_Controls" translate="true">Files</text><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true"> step of the wizard, click </text><text styleclass="T_Controls" translate="true">Advanced</text><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">.</text></li> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">Specify what files you want to back up:</text></li> </list> <list id="8" type="ul" listtype="bullet" formatstring="&#167;" format-charset="SYMBOL_CHARSET" levelreset="true" legalstyle="false" startfrom="1" styleclass="List L2" style="font-family:Wingdings; font-size:10pt; color:#545454;"> <li styleclass="List L2"><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true">In the </text><text styleclass="T_Controls" translate="true">Include masks</text><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true"> field, specify file names and/or masks for file types that you want to back up, for example, </text><text styleclass="T_Filenames" translate="true">MyMovie.avi</text><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true">, *</text><text styleclass="T_Filenames" translate="true">filename</text><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true">*, </text><text styleclass="T_Filenames" translate="true">*.docx, *.mp3</text><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true">. </text><var styleclass="List L2">&lt;%EP%&gt;</var><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true"> will create a backup only for selected files. Other files will not be backed up.</text></li> <li styleclass="List L2"><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true">In the </text><text styleclass="T_Controls" translate="true">Exclude masks</text><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true"> field, specify file names and/or masks for file types that you do not want to back up, for example, </text><text styleclass="T_Filenames" translate="true">OldPhotos.rar</text><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true">, </text><text styleclass="T_Filenames" translate="true">*.temp</text><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true">, </text><text styleclass="T_Filenames" translate="true">*.tmp</text><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true">, </text><text styleclass="T_Filenames" translate="true">*.back. </text><var styleclass="List L2">&lt;%EP%&gt;</var><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true"> will back up all files except files of the specified type.</text></li> </list> <list id="7" type="ol" listtype="decimal" formatstring="&#37;&#115;&#46;" format-charset="DEFAULT_CHARSET" levelreset="true" legalstyle="false" startfrom="1" styleclass="List L1" style="font-family:Arial; font-size:10pt; color:#545454;"> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">Click </text><text styleclass="T_Controls" translate="true">Add</text><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">.</text></li> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">Repeat steps 2-3 for each mask that you want to add.</text></li> </list> <para styleclass="Normal"><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true">You can use a combination of include and exclude masks. Note that exclude masks have a higher priority than include masks. For example, you can specify masks in the following way:</text></para> <list id="9" type="ul" listtype="bullet" formatstring="&#167;" format-charset="SYMBOL_CHARSET" levelreset="true" legalstyle="false" startfrom="1" styleclass="List L1" style="font-family:Wingdings; font-size:10pt; color:#545454;"> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">Include mask: </text><text styleclass="T_Filenames" translate="true">*.avi</text></li> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">Exclude mask: </text><text styleclass="T_Filenames" translate="true">*movie*</text></li> </list> <para styleclass="Normal"><var styleclass="Normal">&lt;%EP%&gt;</var><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true"> will include in the backup all files of the AVI format that do not contain </text><text styleclass="Normal" style="font-style:italic;" translate="true">movie</text><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true"> in their names.</text></para> <para styleclass="Normal"><image src="ep_backup_job_files_exclude.png" scale="100.00%" styleclass="Normal"></image></para> </body> </topic> ]]></topic> </topicref> Tip:

To proceed to the next step of the wizard, you can also select the Next button with the Tab key and then press Enter.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <topicref type="topic" id="424606534649881" build="ALL" modified="2016-03-31T18:58:39.663Z" icon="0" href="backup_job_folders"> <caption translate="true">Step 2. Specify Backup Job Name</caption> <topic><![CDATA[п»ї<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="../helpproject.xsl" ?> <topic template="Default" lasteditedby="VZhukov" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="../helpproject.xsd"> <title translate="true">Step 2. Specify Backup Job Name</title> <keywords> <keyword translate="true">backup<keyword translate="true">file-level</keyword></keyword> </keywords> <body> <header> <para styleclass="Heading1"><text styleclass="Heading1" translate="true">Step 2. Specify Backup Job Name</text></para> </header> <para styleclass="Normal"><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true">At the </text><text styleclass="T_Controls" translate="true">Name</text><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true"> step of the wizard, </text><text styleclass="Normal" style="text-decoration:none; vertical-align:baseline; color:#222222; background-color:#ffffff;" translate="true">enter a name for the backup job</text><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true">.</text></para> <para styleclass="Normal"><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true">At this step of the wizard, you must specify the backup scope — define what folders with files you want to include in the backup. </text></para> <para styleclass="Normal"><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true">In the file-level backup mode, you can create two types of backups:</text></para> <list id="5" type="ul" listtype="bullet" formatstring="&#167;" format-charset="SYMBOL_CHARSET" levelreset="true" legalstyle="false" startfrom="1" styleclass="List L1" style="font-family:Wingdings; font-size:10pt; color:#545454;"> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">File-level backup that includes individual &#160;folders on your computer. </text></li> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">Hybrid backup that contains individual folders and specific volumes of your computer.</text></li> </list> <para styleclass="Normal"><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true">To specify the backup scope, in the </text><text styleclass="T_Controls" translate="true">Objects to backup</text><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true"> list select check boxes next to necessary objects. You can include the following data in the backup:</text></para> <list id="6" type="ul" listtype="bullet" formatstring="&#167;" format-charset="SYMBOL_CHARSET" levelreset="true" legalstyle="false" startfrom="1" styleclass="List L1" style="font-family:Wingdings; font-size:10pt; color:#545454;"> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">Operating system data — data pertaining to the OS installed on your computer.</text></li> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">Personal files — user profile folder including all user settings and data. Typically, the user profile data is located in the </text><text styleclass="List L1" style="font-style:italic;" translate="true">Users</text><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true"> folder on the system disk, for example, </text><text styleclass="T_Filenames" translate="true">C:\Users</text><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">.</text></li> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">System reserved data — system data required to boot the OS installed on your computer. With this option enabled, </text><var styleclass="List L1">&lt;%EP%&gt;</var><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true"> will include in the backup scope Microsoft Windows system partition and boot partition of your computer. For GPT disks on Microsoft Windows 8, 8.1, 10, 2012 and 2012 R2, </text><var styleclass="List L1">&lt;%EP%&gt;</var><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true"> will additionally back up the recovery partition. To learn more, see </text><link displaytype="text" defaultstyle="true" type="topiclink" href="system_state_backup" styleclass="List L1" translate="true">System State Data Backup</link><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">.</text></li> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">Individual folders.</text></li> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">Individual computer volumes.</text></li> </list> <para styleclass="Normal"><table styleclass="Note" rowcount="2" colcount="1" style="width:99%;"> <tr style="vertical-align:top"> <td style="width:22px; height:38px; border-right:none; border-left:none;"> <para styleclass="T_NoteType"><conditional-text type="IF" value="HTML"/><image src="icon_note.png" scale="100.00%" styleclass="T_NoteType"></image><text styleclass="T_NoteType" translate="true">&#32;</text><conditional-text type="END"/><text styleclass="T_NoteType" translate="true">Note:</text></para> </td> </tr> <tr style="vertical-align:top"> <td style="width:22px; height:38px; border-right:none; border-left:none;"> <para styleclass="Notes"><var styleclass="Notes">&lt;%EP%&gt;</var><text styleclass="Notes" translate="true"> automatically adds to the list of exclusions the following Microsoft Windows objects for all computer users: temporary files folder, Recycle Bin, Microsoft Windows pagefile, hibernate file and VSS snapshot files from the System Volume Information folder.</text></para> </td> </tr> </table></para> <para styleclass="Normal"><image src="ep_backup_job_files.png" scale="100.00%" styleclass="Normal"></image></para> <para styleclass="Subheading"><text styleclass="Subheading" translate="true">Configuring Filters</text></para> <para styleclass="Normal"><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true">To include or exclude files of a specific type in/from the file-level backup, you can configure filters. </text></para> <para styleclass="Normal"><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true">To configure a filter:</text></para> <list id="7" type="ol" listtype="decimal" formatstring="&#37;&#115;&#46;" format-charset="DEFAULT_CHARSET" levelreset="true" legalstyle="false" startfrom="1" styleclass="List L1" style="font-family:Arial; font-size:10pt; color:#545454;"> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">At the </text><text styleclass="T_Controls" translate="true">Files</text><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true"> step of the wizard, click </text><text styleclass="T_Controls" translate="true">Advanced</text><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">.</text></li> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">Specify what files you want to back up:</text></li> </list> <list id="8" type="ul" listtype="bullet" formatstring="&#167;" format-charset="SYMBOL_CHARSET" levelreset="true" legalstyle="false" startfrom="1" styleclass="List L2" style="font-family:Wingdings; font-size:10pt; color:#545454;"> <li styleclass="List L2"><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true">In the </text><text styleclass="T_Controls" translate="true">Include masks</text><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true"> field, specify file names and/or masks for file types that you want to back up, for example, </text><text styleclass="T_Filenames" translate="true">MyMovie.avi</text><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true">, *</text><text styleclass="T_Filenames" translate="true">filename</text><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true">*, </text><text styleclass="T_Filenames" translate="true">*.docx, *.mp3</text><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true">. </text><var styleclass="List L2">&lt;%EP%&gt;</var><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true"> will create a backup only for selected files. Other files will not be backed up.</text></li> <li styleclass="List L2"><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true">In the </text><text styleclass="T_Controls" translate="true">Exclude masks</text><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true"> field, specify file names and/or masks for file types that you do not want to back up, for example, </text><text styleclass="T_Filenames" translate="true">OldPhotos.rar</text><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true">, </text><text styleclass="T_Filenames" translate="true">*.temp</text><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true">, </text><text styleclass="T_Filenames" translate="true">*.tmp</text><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true">, </text><text styleclass="T_Filenames" translate="true">*.back. </text><var styleclass="List L2">&lt;%EP%&gt;</var><text styleclass="List L2" translate="true"> will back up all files except files of the specified type.</text></li> </list> <list id="7" type="ol" listtype="decimal" formatstring="&#37;&#115;&#46;" format-charset="DEFAULT_CHARSET" levelreset="true" legalstyle="false" startfrom="1" styleclass="List L1" style="font-family:Arial; font-size:10pt; color:#545454;"> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">Click </text><text styleclass="T_Controls" translate="true">Add</text><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">.</text></li> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">Repeat steps 2-3 for each mask that you want to add.</text></li> </list> <para styleclass="Normal"><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true">You can use a combination of include and exclude masks. Note that exclude masks have a higher priority than include masks. For example, you can specify masks in the following way:</text></para> <list id="9" type="ul" listtype="bullet" formatstring="&#167;" format-charset="SYMBOL_CHARSET" levelreset="true" legalstyle="false" startfrom="1" styleclass="List L1" style="font-family:Wingdings; font-size:10pt; color:#545454;"> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">Include mask: </text><text styleclass="T_Filenames" translate="true">*.avi</text></li> <li styleclass="List L1"><text styleclass="List L1" translate="true">Exclude mask: </text><text styleclass="T_Filenames" translate="true">*movie*</text></li> </list> <para styleclass="Normal"><var styleclass="Normal">&lt;%EP%&gt;</var><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true"> will include in the backup all files of the AVI format that do not contain </text><text styleclass="Normal" style="font-style:italic;" translate="true">movie</text><text styleclass="Normal" translate="true"> in their names.</text></para> <para styleclass="Normal"><image src="ep_backup_job_files_exclude.png" scale="100.00%" styleclass="Normal"></image></para> </body> </topic> ]]></topic> </topicref> 

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