Windows Server 2003 Backup to NAS – AOMEI Backupper Server

Posted by @AOMEI

September 25, 2017

Nowadays, backing up Windows Server 2003 to NAS devices has been gradually becoming a common way for data protection. AOMEI Backupper Server is the first choice to help backup Windows Server 2003 to NAS.

Get to know NAS

What is NAS?

NAS is short for Network Attached Storage, which is used to connect to your home or office network. NAS enables multiple computers in a network to share the same storage space at the same time. The access to the NAS device is over a computer network (usually via TCP/IP) rather than being directly connected to the computer.

Why backup to NAS?

This question can be asked in another way: what's the advantage of backing up to NAS? First of all, NAS devices enable you to expand storage space. Secondly, RAID in NAS devices brings multi-protection to your important data. last but not least, NAS devices can be used both at home and small business, allowing efficient data sharing among different users.

AOMEI Backupper makes it straightforward

Numbers of users have heard about AOMEI Backupper, and most of them rave about this software. What does it look like? How about its performance? Let's have a check one by one.

AOMEI Backupper Server is specially designed for the platform of Windows Server, aiming to deal with all kinds of backup and restore demands. As to its appearance, AOMEI Backupper is endowed with a concise style, which makes it easy to be understood.

AOMEI Backupper Server stands out in its compatriots. When it comes to backup to NAS, Backupper makes it straightforward. Take File Backup as an example.

First of all, choose Backup and then File Backup. You will be presented with two steps. Step 1: select source files/folders; Steps 2: select another location as the destination path.

select another location

Secondly, click Share/NAS in the new small window.

share nas

Thirdly, Add share or NAS device. You need to fill in the blanks with Display Name and Share or NAS path. If the target NAS device is encrypted, its exact Username and Password are also required.

input information

Fourthly, you need to select a folder to backup your source files/folders. Then click OK to end the work of Step 2. Finally, click Start Backup.

select destination folder

According to what explained above, you can see that backup Windows Server 2003 to NAS through AOMEI Backupper Server is quite cushy. Even if you are a newbie, you won't encounter any difficulty, because Backupper will guide you through all the processes. Now download AOMEI Backupper Server and give a try!

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