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Hi Andrew,

Yes, you can stop the Vembu NetworkBackup/Vembu VMBackup running in your/remote machine using your own script.

For Windows Vembu VMBackup:

To stop the Vembu VMBackup,

  1. Stop SGTray.exe
  2. Stop VembuVMBackup.exe

Those exe are available in Vembu VMBackup installation location by default "C:\Program Files\Vembu\VembuVMBackup\bin". The above two exe are responsible for running Vembu VMBackup. Please create a script to stop those exe in the order mention above.

For Windows Vembu NetworkBackup:

To stop the Vembu NetworkBackup,

  1. Stop SGTray.exe
  2. Stop VembuNetworkBackup.exe

Those exe are available in Vembu NetworkBackup installation location by default "C:\Program Files\Vembu\VembuNetworkBackup\bin". The above two exe are responsible for running Vembu NetworkBackup. Please create a script to stop those exe in the order mention above.

For Linux Vembu NetworkBackup:

To stop the Vembu NetworkBackup, please create a script to run the script file "stopVembuNetworkBackup.sh", it will stop the Vembu NetworkBackup running in your Linux machine. This script file will be available in Vembu NetworkBackup installation location by default "/home/vembunetworkbackup/Vembu/VembuNetworkBackup/stopVembuNetworkBackup.sh"

Hi Andrew,

Yes, you can stop the Vembu NetworkBackup/Vembu VMBackup running in your/remote machine using your own script.

For Windows Vembu VMBackup:

To stop the Vembu VMBackup,

  1. Stop SGTray.exe
  2. Stop VembuVMBackup.exe

Those exe are available in Vembu VMBackup installation location by default "C:\Program Files\Vembu\VembuVMBackup\bin". The above two exe are responsible for running Vembu VMBackup. Please create a script to stop those exe in the order mention above.

For Windows Vembu NetworkBackup:

To stop the Vembu NetworkBackup,

  1. Stop SGTray.exe
  2. Stop VembuNetworkBackup.exe

Those exe are available in Vembu NetworkBackup installation location by default "C:\Program Files\Vembu\VembuNetworkBackup\bin". The above two exe are responsible for running Vembu NetworkBackup. Please create a script to stop those exe in the order mention above.

For Linux Vembu NetworkBackup:

To stop the Vembu NetworkBackup, please create a script to run the script file "stopVembuNetworkBackup.sh", it will stop the Vembu NetworkBackup running in your Linux machine. This script file will be available in Vembu NetworkBackup installation location by default "/home/vembunetworkbackup/Vembu/VembuNetworkBackup/stopVembuNetworkBackup.sh"

In addition to the above, if your client are have static IP, you can bundle that IP in our internal configuration files. So that the data transfer will can only if the client are running with that particular IP. If the client connect wifi with different IP than data transfer will not happen. Please follow the below steps to bundle the IP in our internal configuration files.

  1. Stop the Vembu NetworkBackup/Vembu VMBackup running in your client machine.

  2. Open '<installation location="">\conf\SGConfiguration.conf' file in any text editor, by default "C:\Program Files\Vembu\VembuNetworkBackup\conf\SGConfiguration.conf"

  3. Search for the tag "IPAddress", by default that tag value will be empty. Enter the IP which you want to bind. Example IPAddress="198.168.104.234".

  4. Save the SGConfiguration.conf file.

  5. Start client agent.

Using the above steps you can bind the Vembu NetworkBackup/Vembu VMBackup client with particular IP, if the client assign to any other IP address, Vembu NetworkBackup/Vembu VMBackup client agent won't run.

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