Retention Wizard - Password Protect?

Discussion in 'Paragon Drive Backup Product Line' started by draginmagik, Feb 1, 2014.

  1. draginmagik

    draginmagik Registered Member

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    just purchased HDM14 Business and was impressed with the Retention Wizard.

    However, I'm unsure how to password protect the backups. I can manually create a backup and set a password. Should I copy that line item into the //Backup sections of .psi file created by the Retention Wizard?


    // Backup
    img = STRING(IMGPATH) + "/Diff_0004p.000"
    base = STRING(LATESTFULL) + "/Full_Disk0_0004p.000"
    select disk 0
    select partition primary 4
    options
    cmp = 10
    noarcfiles
    pwde = "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"
    label = "No comment"
    autonames
    hotbackup lockimpossible
    tempdrive C
    usevss
    index = STRING(IMGPATH) + "/System.pfi"
    store
     
  2. draginmagik

    draginmagik Registered Member

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    anybody?
     
  3. fireworker

    fireworker Registered Member

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    Yes, it works. I tried to copy the password hash from .psl created manually (no need to do a backup, enough save the script) in .psl created with RetWiz. Everything works, my password is suitable.
    Why You do not want check it yourself?
     
  4. draginmagik

    draginmagik Registered Member

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    because i'm 1200 miles away from the site and the office is not live so i have no hand/eyes on the ground. in addition, i was hoping someone might be able to verify that pasting that one line will not only password protect the file, but will actually encrypt the data.

    i do thank you for helping with the password protect verification part.
     
  5. Paragon_Matt

    Paragon_Matt Paragon Moderator

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    The password protection has not been implemented into the retention wizard as of yet, but it is something that is currently being worked on, just to give you a heads up.
     
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