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Engine command line Options

The backup/restore engine (its name is your brand_engine.exe) can be controlled via the command line, so for example you can invoke the engine to do backups, restores, and change certain values from your own scripts and executables.

In the specifications below, values inside { and } are optional and values separate by a | (vertical bar) require you to choose one.

   -connect
       test remote connections and measure throughput

   -dec src dst
      to decrypt src file/dir to dst file/dir

   -email
      test email credentials

   -support email 
       email logs and meta data to email address specified

   -enc src dst
       to encrypt src file/dir to dst file/dir

   -firewall 0|1
       tests all FQDNs and ports used, if 1 add EXE to Windows Firewall

   -net
       enumerate network resources for debugging

   -r destination selection recurse M|B overwrite {domain computer dbdir}
      restore latest version of files by Modify|Backup date

   -rall destination selection recurse overwrite  {domain computer dbdir}
       restore EVERY version of files

   -rbet dst sel YYYY-MM-DD;HH:MM:SS YYYY-MM-DD;HH:MM:SS recurse M|B overwrite {domain computer dbdir}
       restore latest version of files between both Modify|Backup dates

   -reform
       recover a malformed fs.db; this is helpful if anti-malware or malware corrupts this critical DB.
 
   -retrievehistory
       retrieve restore histories for every computer in this account into cache

   -rnew dest sel YYYY-MM-DD;HH:MM::SS recurse M|B overwrite {domain computer dbdir}
       restore latest version of files newer then Modify|Backup date

   -rold dest sel YYYY-MM-DD;HH:MM:SS recurse M|B overwrite {domain computer dbdir}
      restore latest version of files older then Modify|Backup date

   -sel
       test selections

   -sha src
       display SHA checksum for a file

   -sqltest
       test SQL credentials

   -synclocal {0|1} 
      sync all vaults and optionally validate for missing blocks in storage.  See rigoroussync INI setting for more information. 

   -testcommands
       test before and after commands

   -upload {0|1}
       perform a backup, if '1' then force a full backup

   -vss
       test VSS
 
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