Who is this article for?
CrashPlan for Small Business, yes.
Code42 for Enterprise, no.
Link: Product plans and features.
Version 3.2 offers new features and addresses issues from the previous release. We've also made a few changes that improve CrashPlan's performance.
New Features / Enhancements
- Automatically pause backups when you're running low on battery. This option allows you to conserve battery power when you're running low by not backing up. Backup resumes when battery power returns to a level you specify or when you are plugged back in. Learn more
- Permission option when restoring files for another user. When you're restoring files, you have the option to restore file with the original user's file permissions or with the permissions belonging to the person who is restoring. Learn more
- Windows & Mac users: Automatically pause backups over selected networks or interfaces. You now have the option to automatically pause backups when you are on specific networks (e.g., Wi-Fi) or using specific interfaces. Learn more
- Mac users: Menu bar icon and controls. There is now a CrashPlan menu bar for Mac users. Windows users have appreciated the easy access to basic CrashPlan features right from the menu bar. Now Mac users can enjoy this same convenient feature. Learn more
- Version retention settings are now based on the highest priority backup set for a specific destination (not all ALL destinations.)
- New file types are automatically excluded from backup. /var/log/lastlog, /var/log/btmp, /var/log/wtmp
- We improved out QoS setting (TCP packet TOS) so that it now supports custom DSCP.
- Real-time file watcher now works properly on Linux installations with 3.x series kernels
- Attaching an archive no longer adversely affects existing archive.
- Setting up a backup to an attached drive no longer redirects to the local install path of CrashPlan.