How do I schedule a backup over a network share?

How do I schedule a backup over a network share?

You can configure a backup scheduling over a network share

Click Admin -> Backup Scheduling under General block -> Edit Scheduling link on the right hand side of the page.

Set the Backup location as \\Network server name\backup.

NOTE: Please provide full access rights to the folder where you want to copy the backup.

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