- Adding/Removing managed client PCs
You can add any visible computer on the local network to the Central Management Console and, if the Macrium Agent isn't installed, remotely install and run the Agent. Computers may also be added by IP4 or IP6 address.
- Viewing backup history logs
All backup and restore logs on clients are synchronized to the Server database and can be accessed in the Management Console
- Running legacy backup definitions and scripts
All locally defined backup definitions, VBScript, PowerShell and MSDOS batch files can be listed in the Management console and run on demand.
- Viewing disks and partitions of client PCs.
Disk and Partition layouts can be viewed for each client PC
- Live progress of running backups
The progress of all client PC backups, whether initiated on the client PC or initiated from the Management Console, can be viewed in the dashboard
- Backup completion alerts to Slack channels
A message can be sent to a configurable Slack channel indicating backup success or failure.
- Backup summary reports by email
Easy monitoring of multiple PCs with backup summary reports emailed at regular intervals.
- Backup Repositories
Backup repositories can be created which consolidate backup storage locations and authentication in one place.
- Backup to Amazon AWS Storage Gateway
Backup repositories can now be created from Amazon AWS Storage Gateway and buffer status, connection statistics and other Storage Gateway information can be monitored from the Management Console
- Backup Definitions
Backup Definitions can be created to describe how a set of managed computer should be backed up, including a rules-based system to determine which partitions and disks to back up and which advanced options such as encryption to use. Backup Definitions can be run on demand or combined with a Schedule to run automatically.
- Backup Schedules
Backup Schedules encapsulate all the rules of when different types of backup should be run and how long they are kept. Together with a Backup Definition, a Schedule is used to perform regular backups of a set of computers into a Repository, The scheduling automatically handles queuing backups so they happen in an orderly fashion and dealing with missed backups.
- Parallel backup jobs to the same Repository
The scheduled backup system can be configured to allow between 1 and 10 parallel backups to occur to each repository simultaneously while other backup jobs are queued for later execution. This allows network bandwidth and repository storage resources to be managed.
- Image Restore
Images can be restored to managed computers directly in the CMC, including automatically setting up and booting into Windows PE to restore system disks. See here for more details