This article describes how to install your Code42 environment as a private cloud deployment of CrashPlan PROe, in which your data is stored on your own servers. For details on other CrashPlan PROe deployment options, see CrashPlan PROe Architectures.
After completing the tutorial, you will have:
Installed the enterprise server
Configured your enterprise server as a master server and backup destination
Started backing up one device running the CrashPlan app to the master server
The CrashPlan PROe managed appliance is a fully managed system that requires minimal user maintenance. This guide is intended to assist you in installing, configuring, and maintaining your CrashPlan PROe managed appliance.
This guide applies to managed appliances running version 3.2.1 and later.
This tutorial explains how to uninstall the Code42 environment on an enterprise server.
This guide removes the enterprise server software. To remove the CrashPlan app from a device, read Uninstalling The CrashPlan App.
The most efficient method for deploying the CrashPlan mobile app on many devices is to use a mobile device management (MDM) solution, such as AirWatch. This article shows you how to use AirWatch to deploy the CrashPlan mobile app.
You can prepare deployment packages for the CrashPlan app in order to apply customized images or settings to your environment's CrashPlan apps at installation. For example, you might co-brand the CrashPlan app by adding your own graphics, or you could automatically set the IP address of the master server. This article explains the specific elements that can be customized, and how to enable the customizations. Only the elements described in this article are customizable.
For information about customizing your administration console, rather than the CrashPlan app, see Customizing Your Administration Console.
CrashPlan PROe, the CrashPlan app, and other products in your Code42 environment use certain network ports to function normally. If you have network connectivity issues with CrashPlan PROe, verify that your firewall rules permit traffic over these ports.
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