There are several ways in which this can be achieved, and we have put together a document to help users decide on which option is best for their school.
You can download the document from this link: https://www.4matrix.com/news/remoteaccess
In-light of the current situation, we are extending the free-use period of 4Matrix Infinity for all schools until September 2020.
There is a fix available for an error which occurs when attempting to import data via a spreadsheet into an existing series in which results or custom field data has already been imported.
Please visit https://www.4matrix.com/news/importfix for more details.
You can make a backup of your 4Matrix database at any time using the Backup & Restore function in the 4Matrix Network Manager. If you receive an error when making a backup, choose Make Current User Admin and then try again. If you cannot see this option, you may need to update your Network Manager, which is covered in a separate, related article.
Running Scheduled Backups
The default location for the backup file to be saved to is (Drive):\4Matrix\Databases\Backups
This can be changed by adding a text file to this folder called REDIRECT.txt - open this file and type the folder path that you wish to use instead e.g. I:\New folder
It is also possible to specify a maximum number of databases to keep at any one time in order to persevere disk space. In (Drive):\4Matrix\Databases\Backups create a text file called AUTO-DELETE.txt - open this file and type a number, which will refer to the number of days.
So, if you type 30, then a backup will be created every day for 30 days. On the 31st day, a new backup will be created but the very first backup will be deleted.
Article ID: 89
Category: Installing 4Matrix & Network Related
Date added: 07/12/2016 14:44:53
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