Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Microsoft Office Live also maintains a backup copy of your data to guard
against data loss. The backup contains all your Office Live data — including
your Web site, Business Applications, and Workspaces. Microsoft creates a
new backup at least once a day, so your data is one day old at most. Should a
disaster occur from your end — for example, a user accidentally deletes a
large portion of your contacts — you can rest easier in the knowledge that a
prior copy of your data exists. An Office Live Administrator can restore the
backup in a heartbeat — hopefully saving you a heart attack!
Checking the status of your backup
If you’re from Kansas (or is that Missouri?) — or you possess the doubting
gene — you might want to see for yourself that a backup copy of your data
exists. Here’s how you check it out:
1. Click the Business Applications link from the Office Live Home page.
The Business Applications page opens.
2. Select Modify This Application or Workspace from the Common Tasks
drop-down menu.
The Site Settings page opens.
3. Click the Restore Site link in the Recycle and Restore area of the Site
Settings page.
The Restore Your Site page opens, as shown in Figure 11-1, where you
find the date and time of your last backup.
Figure 11-1:
Checking
out the date
and time of
your last
backup.
Restoring a backup copy of your data
You can restore your Microsoft Office Live data at any time. Your
subscription is backed up at least once a day, and you can revert to the most recently
saved version.
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