Verify backups in 3 steps
The first box is where the user uploads a XML file as a ZIP file. The second box is a button when pressed will begin the process of verifying that zip and its contents. The third box is where the status is shown.
If the ZIP file and its contents pass then a checked success message will appear letting the user know that the contents of the file are not corrupted.
If the ZIP file and its contents fail then an error logo will show with additional error messages on what might be the problem.
Verifying corrupt backups can save you weeks' worth of effort. We worked with one company that was down for nearly 6 weeks because of a corrupt backup that had to be restored by hand. Get Verify today and ensure that you can trust your backups.
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