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Onboarding a new GSuite Account



This article explains the steps to complete GSuite account setup. 


Once you have created your account and logged in, Backupify will direct you to the Onboarding Wizard. Click Continue.

Step 1: Select Your Storage Region

Choose your storage region from the dropdown menu. You may select to store your data in the US, AUS, or UK data centers.

  • Note: for the best performance, use the US data center.

Step 2: Set Your Data Retention Period

Select how long you would like to keep your backed up data. 

  • Note: you cannot change this period once your first full backup has been initiated

Step 3: Select Users to Back up

Select the users to include in your initial backup. You may select the specific accounts to back up, backup all users by clicking the checkbox to the left of Name, or upload a CVS with all the users you would like to include.

Step 4: Select Domain Settings

Select the following settings:

1. Shared Settings: select this option for Backupify to export and restore Account Level Permissions.

2. Encryption: Select this option to encrypt all of your exports

Step 5: Finish

You are done! Click Finish to proceed to the Backupify dashboard. 



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