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Mar 22, 2022
Backup4all 9.x
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Backup4all supports backing up to OneDrive. This is a practical backup destination because the backed up data can be easily accessed from any other computer with an Internet connection. Select the OneDrive option from the Where do you want to save your backup? section to be able to configure the backup to OneDrive.


Use configuration
You can select an already defined OneDrive configuration given that you added one in the File->Options->Online connections->OneDrive window. All the fields will be filled with the information from the configuration file. If no configuration was previously defined, you will have to enter the other details. Check the Lock checkbox to make this configuration uneditable and responsive to changes made to the defined configuration file. If you leave it unchecked, then this configuration will be considered to be custom.

Account type - here you can choose "Personal" or "Business", depending on the account type you have.

Authentication - press "Choose account" button to log in to your OneDrive account. Here you need to authorize Backup4all application to view and manage files in your OneDrive account.

Folder - In this field you have to select the folder where you want to store the backups. If no folder is selected the backup will be stored in the root of your OneDrive account.
By pressing the Test button you can check to see if the settings you have entered are correct. If the test was successful, "The OneDrive connection was tested successfully" message will be displayed.

Save configuration - pressing this button will save the online configuration, so you can use it again for other backup jobs. To view/edit the saved configurations, go to File->Options->Online connections.