Who is this article for?
Code42 for Enterprise, yes.
CrashPlan for Small Business, no.
The CrashPlan icon in the notification area gives Windows users quick access to CrashPlan features.
The CrashPlan app adjusts the percent of CPU it uses depending on if you are present and working on your computer versus if you are away from your computer. To determine if you are away or present, the CrashPlan app relies on the notification area menu. Consequently, if you do not launch the notification area menu, CrashPlan always uses the “away” setting.
CrashPlan menu options
To access the CrashPlan menu, right-click the CrashPlan icon in the Windows notification area.
|a||CrashPlan Icon||Right-click to open the menu|
|b||Show Application||Opens the CrashPlan app|
|c||Destinations||Displays status of backups for each destination: |
Green indicates you are connected to that destination
Gray indicates you are not connected to that destination
|d||Sleep||Stops all inbound and outbound backup activity for the length of time you specify|
|e||Exit||Exit the CrashPlan notification menu (removes the CrashPlan icon from the notification area). To relaunch the CrashPlan menu, go to Start > Programs > CrashPlan > CrashPlan Tray.|