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Copying the System Card

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If memory cards are present in both the System SD and Optional SD card slots , you can copy all the contents of the System SD card to the Optional SD card. Depending on the number of files, this process can take up to 30 minutes to complete.

New files added after the process is started or file changes made after the process is started may not be included. Therefore it is recommended that this command is used during an idle period if available, for example outside normal business hours.

Copying the System SD Card using Basic Edition Web Manager

1.Click Monitoring in the menu bar and select Memory Card Copy.

Copying the System SD Card using IP Office System Status

1.Click Monitoring in the menu bar and then click on System Status.

Alternatively, open a new browser or browser window and enter the address https://<IP Address>:8433/ssa/index.html using the same <IP Address> as used for Basic Edition Web Manager of the system. This option provides IP Office System Status a larger window for displaying information.

2.In the IP Office System Status Logon window, enter the same IP address, user name and password as you have used for Basic Edition Web Manager access to the system.

3.Click Logon.

4.In the navigation tree on the left, click on the + symbol next to System.

5.Click on the + symbol next to Memory Cards.

6.Click on System SD.

7.At the bottom of the screen, click Copy System Card.

8.You will be asked to confirm the action. Click Yes.

9.While the backup is in progress, the Shutdown, Start Up and Copy System Card buttons are greyed out. Do not perform any other system actions until the copying is completed.


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