Getting Started with Protecting OneDrive for Business Data
To get started with protecting OneDrive for Business data, after you install the Commvault software, from the Admin Console, you configure the environment, and then run your first backup operation and restore operation.
Step 1: Obtain User Credentials and Other Information
Obtain the following information from your backup administrator:
- Your global admin user account to access the Azure portal (https://portal.azure.com/)
- The Admin Console URL
- Your Admin Console user credentials
- The data storage policy
Step 2: Log On to the Admin Console
Access the Admin Console by using the URL that was displayed on the installation completion page, or that you received from your backup administrator.
Step 3: Register the Admin Console
Step 4: Install Cloud Apps on a Server
Install the Cloud Apps software on an on-premise server. This server acts as a proxy client to manage backup operations and restore operations of OneDrive files and folders.
For information about installing Cloud Apps on a server, see Adding an Additional Server.
Step 5: Configure Your Environment
To configure your environment, complete the following steps:
- Register a new application for your OneDrive for Business account.
- Configure your Admin Console environment.
Step 6: Prepare for Your First Backup Operation and Restore Operation
- Configure a storage target.
- Create a server plan.
- Manually add user accounts to the default subclient.
Step 7: Run Your First Backup and Restore
Step 8: What to Do Next
- To back up specific user accounts, or to back up some user accounts on a different schedule, create user-defined subclients.
- Auto-discover user accounts from a user-defined subclient. For more information, see Enabling Auto Discovery of User Accounts and Auto Discover User Accounts.
Last modified: 10/16/2018 9:48:17 PM