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Until now all your destinations received the same set of files with the same settings applied to your entire file selection. Now with multiple backup sets, you can specify which files go to which locations and with what settings.
For example, you can back up all your files locally to a nearby computer, AND:
In addition to organizing backup sets based on destination, you can also have backup sets with different settings, such as different backup schedules or different retention settings. For example, you can:
Of course, you can mix and match multiple destinations with different backup settings to fit even the most complex backup scenarios. You can even adjust the priority of individual backup sets and specify the order in which backups should occur.
Enable backup sets on the Settings > Backup tab. Then click this link to read about your options. Reference Guide - Backup Sets
TIP: Organize your files in folders according to where you want them backed up, and then tell CrashPlan+ to back them up to their specific destinations.
Don't forget: As always, be sure to take advantage of CrashPlan's multi-destination backup for even greater protection: back up individual backup sets to multiple locations.
CrashPlan+ is automatically installed as a 30-day free trial. At the end of the trial period, your installation will lose the CrashPlan+ features, including the ability to back up to CrashPlan Central.
Some users, under certain conditions may have noticed issues that prevented CrashPlan from performing as expected. We've made the following changes: