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RBackup Evaluation Setup and Demonstration

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Published on Nov 18, 2014

I’m going to show you how easy it is to install and test our RBackup brandable, self-hosted Online Backup system.

Remote Backup Systems was founded and is still based in Memphis, Tennessee. We have an office in Seattle, and an office in Chennai, India. We were the very first company to launch Online Backup software in 1987, and we only work through our Partners. We do not sell software to end users, and we never compete with our Partners.




Our goal is to make YOU successful, and we have all the experience and resources to do it.

Today I’ll be installing on a Windows Server 2012, Standard Edition; but you can install on just about any Windows platform, including Windows 7, Windows 8, or any Windows OS going back as far as XP.




RBackup doesn’t use Windows security, so it does not require Windows Client Access Licenses for each end user.




We have software packages to serve from 20 end users up to many thousands, in three licensing models starting as low as $350 for our pay-per-license or pay-per-gigabyte licensing models, and our most popular licensing model, permanent licenses with no recurring license fees.




Permanent licenses last forever, never expire, and do not need to be renewed monthly or yearly. They recycle automatically as you add and remove endpoints, and can be re-used over and over again. When you buy permanent licenses, they are yours forever.

Installing the software is easy.




First, download and install the software on the computer you want to use as your Online Backup Server. This installs the RBS Server, its web based management console, an un-branded, un-configured Client, and the tools you need to customize, brand, and generate your Client installer.

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