On the Storage List, select the Backup Set you want to export to
another Storage PC.
Backup menu, select
Export Backup Set.
The Export Backup Set dialog box is displayed.
On the Export Backup Set dialog box, perform the following
Specify the New
Storage PC to which you will export the Backup Set
Target Storage Location on the Storage PC (this function is only available if
the Storage PC is running LogMeIn Backup version 3)
Name the file in
Save as field
If the Storage
PC is not running version 3 of LogMeIn Backup, use the
Save in field to define the location to
which the Backup set will be exported.
Split Backup Set with maximum volume size if
you want to transfer the exported set to a device that cannot hold the complete
file (for example: a 100GB Backup Set to a 2GB pen drive).
To test the package after export, move the slider to the
1st slide position:
Do not run a test.
2nd slide position:
Check if the Version Definition is loadable (Version Integrity Check). This
ensures that the Version Definition file – the file that contains the catalogue
of what was backed up during that specific run time – is indeed readable.
3rd slide position:
Check if the data file exists on the Storage PC (Catalogue Integrity Check).
This option performs the same check as above, while also comparing the Version
Definition to what is currently being held in the Data Folder for the selected
Backup Set. This ensures that LogMeIn Backup has stored the files properly and
that they are retrievable.
4th slide position:
Check if the Data Folder matches the Data Sent (Full Integrity Check). This
option performs the two checks above and goes one step further by essentially
performing a Mock Restore. Use this option to ensure that the files within the
data folder are complete and readable, without actually having to perform a
If you are running a test, select one of the following options:
Check latest version of the Backup Set to
ensure that the Restore process can be run from this version.
Check all Versions of the Backup Set to
check every version, thus ensuring that the Restore process can be run from any
OK to export the Backup Set.
The Set will be saved to the selected location as an export
file with the file extension .lmib.
If an error is found during testing, the error will be fixed the next
time you back up the Set. The error will not be carried to consecutive