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How to Create automatic backup of Remote Application Server settings

APPLIES TO:
  • Parallels Remote Application Server 15.0

Information

Note: You must have same RAS PowerShell Interface and RAS installation version, if different builds are used, you will be unable to authenticate and will be prompted with "Invalid Credentials".

  • Extract the RAS_PS_Interface.zip archive to your local hard drive.
  • Unlock downloaded files ( Right Click on .dll file > Unlock)

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  • Create .ps1 in the file in the same folder with following commands:

    $Date=Get-Date -Format dd.mm.yyyy
    Import-Module .\PSInterface.dll
    Get-Settings -Username %YourRASUsername% -Password %YourRASPassword% -FilePath %BackupfilesFolder%\$Date.dat2
    
  • Note: This file will create a separate file with current date as a file name. To rewrite Backup files use the command below:

    Import-Module .\PSInterface.dll
    Get-Settings -Username %YourRASUsername% -Password %YourRASPassword% -FilePath %BackupfilesFolder%\%BackupFileName%.dat2
    
  • Open Windows Scheduler
  • Create a New Task

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  • Fill all fields in General Tab

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  • Open Actions Tab > Click New

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  • Add your .ps1 script file

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  • Open Triggers Tab
  • Click New

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  • Select schedule settings

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  • Click OK

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