October 23, 2012, 4:18pm
Is Comodo Backup free for use on a PC at a place of business?
Will it backup folders from a Microsoft Network drive?
Can I install Comodo Backup without installing the Cloud Client? If so, how?
(We have moved from Windows XP to Windows 7, and Windows’ built-in backup and restore will no longer backup folders from network drives. I want to back up network folders to a USB hard drive.)
Thanks in advance for your help.
October 23, 2012, 4:28pm
Comodo Back is free for Personal User but paid for Business User.
If you a looking for a good back-up or a secondary back up.Then look at this site I use.
www.sugarsync.com < That has 5GB free and you can get extra free if you recommend people up to 32GB free.
So think about it. You can use the back-up you said as in I want to back up network folders to a USB hard drive.) But as a Secondary back-up try Sugarsync
Hope that helps
October 23, 2012, 4:31pm
Thanks much, Nigel. Very helpful.
I kept reading and reading through the license agreement, and had a hard time discerning whether I could use the software on the job. I guess it’s in there somewhere, but I was getting a headache.
October 23, 2012, 5:03pm
Glad I could help you through that.
Yes it can be Headache at first.
So I wish you luck on whatever you do and use.
Forgive me, Nigel, but I never had found any statement saying that CB is not free for business user. Where is it said?
Thanks in advance.
As far as I’m aware, COMODO Back-Up is free, but if you require more than 5GB of on-line storage then you have to pay.
Download the set-up file from here:-
When you run the installer if I remember rightly ( I’ve already got it installed so it will only show me Repair and Uninstall
) you have the option to just install CBU or install CBU with On-Line Storage ( COS ).
With regards to backing up a Network Folder, yes this can be done as I use it
The Help files are here:-
that show you how
Hope This Helps :-TU
Yes, it helps. Thank you very much.