- Code42 CrashPlan (previously CrashPlan PROe)
This page contains a list of frequently asked questions for Code42 CrashPlan (previously CrashPlan PROe) users.
Deciding what to buy
Yes. There is a 30-day free trial to Code42 CrashPlan. Your trial is a fully functional version of the software, and is exactly the same as the purchased software.
Code42 CrashPlan is licensed by annual user license. Each active user consumes a user license.
Annual Licenses: You can choose from 1-year, 2-year and 3-year plans. These plans include Support and Maintenance for the duration of the license.
If you decide to host your data with us, you'll also need to pay storage fees.
Yes. If you purchased a perpetual license in 2012 or earlier, you can have both annual and perpetual licenses running within the same Code42 environment.
Yes. Code42 CrashPlan is available worldwide.
Yes. Please see our details on available languages for all Code42 products.
Comprehensive product documentation is available on our support site. You can also easily save PDFs of single articles or groups of articles to create your own customized collection of product documentation.
Please visit our online store to purchase or to request a quote.
We accept payment via credit card.
Beginning with Code42 CrashPlan version 3.5, all licensing is user-based. A single user license covers up to 4 devices per user account. These 4 devices can be any combinations of computers or mobile devices.
Australia and New Zealand customers
Yes. We have a data centre in Sydney.
You can choose to pay with Visa or Mastercard. For more information on purchasing, contact sales.
If you have already purchased a plan through the U.S. store, we'll continue to honor renewals of that plan at the U.S. renewal prices.
Even though our operating costs in Australia are significantly higher than they are in the U.S., we are absorbing some of the increased cost to make us more in line with similar products.
No. Our longest subscription term in Australia and New Zealand is one year (for Code42 CrashPlan).
Yes, but only on Mac OS X and Linux.
Due to security constraints within the Windows operating systems, Code42 CrashPlan does not support backing up mapped or network drives on Windows.
There are several different ways to get more information about Code42 CrashPlan:
- In the administration console, hover over a part of the screen to see a brief description of the item.
- In the administration console, click the Help menu and choose the help option you want. The Documentation option displays a reference article about that page. All Documentation displays the Code42 CrashPlan Online reference guide.
- Search our support site for all our documentation about Code42 CrashPlan.
- Visit our YouTube page for video tutorials.
No. Starting with version 3.2.1, Code42 CrashPlan does not allow creation of new client destinations for devices under different accounts.
Yes. See our tutorial on configuring computer-to-computer backup in Code42 CrashPlan.
Code42 ensures and monitors appropriate ISO27001 or SSAE16 certifications for its cloud data centers, and is an ISO27001-certified organization. Code42 continually strives to keep pace with evolving industry security standards.
For more information, see our Enterprise Security Resources.
Code42 CrashPlan (previously CrashPlan PROe) can be configured to support HIPAA compliance. CrashPlan PRO and CrashPlan for Home do not support HIPAA compliance. Learn more about Code42 CrashPlan and HIPAA compliance.
If you have additional questions that our online resources don't address, our Customer Champions are happy to assist via email, live chat, and phone with Code42 CrashPlan support or CrashPlan PRO support. We also provide User Forums where you can discuss Code42 CrashPlan with other users.