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Activate Norton Cloud Backup

Backups help protect your data if you become a victim of ransomware or malware, or if you experience major hardware issues. With Cloud Backup, you can back up your files from your Windows devices to a safe cloud storage space. The Secure Cloud Storage is different from the location where you normally store files in your PC. Disasters that damage or destroy your computer cannot harm your backups because they are stored in a different location.

Norton Cloud Backup is available only on Windows.

If your subscription includes Cloud Backup, you get free cloud storage and the option to buy more storage if needed. You can also backup files to your own local storage device. In addition, you can restore your files from any computer at any time. To check if your subscription plan includes Cloud Backup, see View your devices and entitlements on your Norton account.

Before running your first backup, you must activate Cloud Backup.

Activate Norton Cloud Backup

  1. Start Norton.

    If you see the My Norton window, next to Device Security, click Open.

  2. In the Norton main window, double-click Backup, and then click Backup Sets.

  3. In the Backup Settings window, click the Where tab.

  4. Under Secure Cloud Storage, click the Activate for free link.

  5. When you see a sign-in prompt, type your Norton account email address and password and click Sign In.

After you activate your cloud backup, you can create your backup set and start backing up your files to the Secure Cloud Storage. For more information, see Get started using Norton Cloud Backup.

The cloud storage space varies based on the different subscription plans.

Video: How to activate your Norton Cloud Backup

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DOCID: v6958554
Operačný systém: Windows
Naposledy zmenené: 06.01.2021