Change the installed backup account

1. Stop the service

Using Windows

Stop the service "Arx One Backup" via the services console (services.msc from the start menu).

Using Linux

In the terminal, type: service arxone-backup stop

2. Modify the preferences

Using Windows

Open the preferences directory: C:\ProgramData\ArxOne

Using Linux

Go to the preferences directory: cd /usr/share/arxone

Modify the installed account

Edit the "ArxOne.Preferences.xml" file and replace the name of the installed account with the one you want to use in the tag in the Account tag (< Account> account </ Account>).

Then rename the file "ArxOne.Preferences.Account.xml" (where account is the name of the account installed) to change the name of the account to the one you want, then edit it.

In the "Configuration" tag, rename the ProtectedPassword to Password. Replace the contents of this Password property with the unencrypted password of the target account. When the service is restarted, the password will be encrypted again.

Changing Backup Tasks

Using Windows

Start the Windows Task Scheduler.

Edit the task (s) "Arx One Backup". Modify the actions of the task and change the name of the account in the arguments of the program to be executed (--account=account --selection-sets=['']).

Using Linux

Go to the directory containing the tasks: cd /etc/cron.d

Rename tasks with the correct account name (Arx One Backup-_account_ or Arx One Backup-_account_-_tasknumber)

Edit the tasks and change the account name each time you see the "--account=" parameter

3. Restart the service

Using Windows

Start the service "Arx One Backup", via the system services console (services.msc from the start menu).

Using Linux

In the terminal, type: service arxone-backup start

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