Step 1: Double click to execute the installer file and follow the instructions in the installation wizard.
Step 2: Go through the license agreement, select "I accept the agreement" and proceed to the Next step. `
Step 3: Installation Configuration (Windows Application or Service)
Step 4: If you want to run StoreGrid service from a Windows User account, then select this option and provide the User Name and the Password for the user account in the appropriate fields and click Next.
In the top menu of Backup Server, select: " Administration -> Advanced Options" page and click on the 'Mapped Drive Settings' icon on the left hand side.
Install StoreGrid as a Service with the administrative privileges.
Go to the 'Administration -> Advanced Options -> Mapped Drive Settings' page. Give the Drive Name and drive path, i.e. the UNC Path (erversharename) for the mapped drive.
Note : The 'User Name' and 'Password' details are not mandatory. They are needed only if Windows OS requires the 'User Name' and 'Password' to access the mapped drive.
Add mapped drives by clicking on ' Add Mapped Drive' button , Assuming the drive name “G:”.
The mapped drives will get listed in the 'Add Backup Schedule' page and you can configure backup schedule to include files and folders in them.
Tweaking StoreGrid’s configuration file We need to change the basic configuration of StoreGrid by editing the “ SGConfiguration.conf ’ file located under the conf/ directory. “ BackupDBStorageLocation” Option Look for “ BackupDBStorageLocation” Option and change the value to “2” from “0” Set the path Path="“ value to local installation folder. Save the file.
Go to Server Admin > Group Management Click on Edit Group Details and change the Backup Location : to G: and click next. (Here “G” is Mapped NAS Drive) Now Configure schedule as per the requirement. Changing “StoreGrid Server’s Backup Storage Location