Guest You want to back up files
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Instead of synchronizing files, you can archive them instead. For example, you may want to back up tax returns, old photos, and a scanned copy of your passport. These types of documents won't change and don't need to be kept in synchronization with other computers. Your backed-up files are uploaded to secure Webroot servers, which are accessible from your SecureAnywhere account.

You can run backups manually or follow the instructions in Creating a backup schedule to create an automatic backup schedule.

To configure backup:
  1. Open SecureAnywhere.
  2. Click the gear icon next to Backup & Sync, and click the Folders tab.

  3. Click Add Folder.

  4. Click the Browse button and select the folder you want to back up.
  5. Under Field Type, select Backup and click Save. The system displays the Change Backup Filter pane.

  6. Using the descriptions in the table below for guidance, make your backup filter selections. The default setting in the window is to back up all files in the selected folder.
  7. Click Save to save this filter. Back on the Folders tab, the Shared Across column indicates that this is a Backup Folder. To delete this filter, click X in the Remove column. To  edit the filter, click the gear icon in the Edit column, make your changes and click Save.
  8. To run a backup immediately, click Run Backup Now. To set up a Backup schedule, see Creating a backup schedule.
    Title of Table
    Directory If you want to change the directory you already selected, use the Browse button to select a new directory.
    Filter Name The default is the name of the directory you selected; you can change this name.
    File type expressions This field determines which files are selected for backup from the directory. The default, *.*, selects all files.To narrow the backup selection criteria to certain file types, click the Change button. When the Filter Settings window displays, enable one or more selections.

    You can also enable Custom filter and type in a comma-separated list of filters. You can specify strings or partial strings; for example, you could specify *RPT*.doc as a custom backup string.

    Click Save to save your filters.

    Back up files from subdirectories Enable this field if you want all subdirectories backed up as well.
    Exclude files from backup that match this filter You can enable this field to specify that the selections made in the Filter Settings panel exclude files rather than include them.

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