Category: Administration

Certification Report

Location: on the Administration > Reports > Certification Report page.
Access path: Admin link on the page header, click Reports in the Notifications and Alerts group, then click Certification Report.
Access role: “admin.”

The servers with no details have not been certified. The Date/Time is that of the actual certification.

Available operations:

  • Browse the list of servers with the navigation controls in the footer.
  • Drill-down to (open) the Server Details for a individual server page by clicking its Name.
  • Re-order the list by the values in a column by clicking the icon to the left of the column name.

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Acronis Cloud Hubs Storage Status

Location: on the Administration > Reports > Acronis Cloud Hubs Storage Report page.
Access path: Admin link on the page header, click Reports in the General group, then click Acronis Cloud Hubs Storage Report.
Access role: “admin.”

Use this report to monitor the storage capacity of your CDPs.

Available operations:

  • Browse the cloud hubs with the navigation controls in the footer—if you have that many hubs.

(Administration) Notifications

Location: on the Administration > Notifications page.
Access path: Admin link on the page header, click Notifications in the Notifications and Alerts group. This pane can also be accessed from the View All Notifications link on the Dashboard.
Access role: “admin.”

A table of notifications, these are authored by the Acronis engineers. The total number of notifications is in parentheses in the title bar.

Available operations:

  • Browse the list of notifications with the navigation controls in the footer.
  • Drill-down to (open) the Notification Details for a Sent notification page by clicking its Title.
  • Re-order the list by the values in a column by clicking the icon to the left of the column name.

Cloud Hub Management

Location: on the Administration > Cloud Hub Management page.
Access path: Admin link on the page header, click Cloud Hub Management in the Cloud Hubs group.
Access role: “admin.”

The Acronis Local Cloud Hub Manager is a virtual machine that runs on the LCA. You use it to create File Archived type storage.

You may install a Local Cloud Hub Manager in your own virtual environment. Instructions for this are on Recovery Console at https://dr.acronis.com/account/instructions. The last step uses the “Authorize Acronis Cloud Hub” dialog box to configure the new cloud hub. Navigation to these components is described in the Operation section below.

Available operations:

  • Click the Add Cloud Hub button to open the “Add Cloud Hub” dialog box.
  • Click the Download button to open or save the cloud hub install program.
  • Click the Configuration Instructions button to open the instructions for installing a cloud hub. The instructions open as a Recovery Console page.
  • In the list of Authorized Cloud Hubs click a Cloud Hub Id or Name to open the “Authorize Acronis Cloud Hub” dialog box which can be used to reconfigure it.

Available operations:

  • Paste the cloud hub ID returned by the install script into the text box, enter your account name, then click the Add Cloud Hub button to add this cloud hub to the Authorized Acronis Cloud Hubs list.
  • Should you not want to complete this step, click the Close button to close the dialog box without adding a cloud hub.

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