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    Nemetschek CampusAllplan 2005

    Step by StepData Backup

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    This documentation has been produced with the utmost care.

    Nemetschek AG and the program authors have no liability to the purchaser or any other entity, with respect to any

    liability, loss, or damage caused, directly or indirectly by this software, including but not limited to, any interruptions oservice, loss of business, anticipatory profits, or consequential damages resulting from the use or operation of this

    software. Information in this document is subject to change without notice.

    Companies, names and data used in examples are fictitious unless otherwise noted. No part of this document may be

    reproduced or transmitted in any form or by means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose, without the expresswritten permission of Nemetschek AG.

    Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT and IntelliMouse are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft

    Corporation.BAMTEC is a registered trademark of Hussler, Kempten

    MicroStation is a registered trademark of Bentley Systems, Inc.DXF, 3D Studio MAX and AutoCAD are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Autodesk Inc. San Rafael, CA

    Parts of this product were developed using LEADTOOLS.

    (c) 1991-2000, LEAD Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved.Allcad, Allplan and Allplot are registered trademarks of Nemetschek AG, Munich.

    Allfa is a registered trademark of Nemetschek CREM Solutions GmbH & Co. KG, Ratingen.

    All other (registered) trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

    Nemetschek AG, Munich, 2005. All rights reserved.

    1st

    edition, June 2005.

    Document No. 050eng01s17-1-PS0605

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    Data Backup Contents

    Contents

    Welcome ....................................................................................

    Sources of Information ...............................................................................

    Documentation for Allplan................................................................................

    Additional Help ......................................................................................................

    Training, Coaching and Project Support................................................

    Feedback ..........................................................................................................

    General Introduction to Data Backup ................................Data Backup Principles................................................................................

    Data Backup Strategies ...............................................................................

    Data backup with a minimum of effort........................................................

    Data backup according to the grandfather-father-son principle.....

    Introduction to Data Backup in Allplan ............................

    General Information on the Data Backup Procedure using Allplan

    Allplans Folder Structure...........................................................................

    Folder structure on a standalone workstation ...........................................

    Folder structure in a network environment ................................................

    Determining the folder structure on your computer...............................

    Backup Procedures in Allplan....................................................................

    Data backup using the Services application................................................

    Data backup using Allplan .................................................................................

    Data backup using Windows Explorer or the operating system ..........

    Data Backup in a Network Environment ...............................................

    Map folders..............................................................................................................

    Suitable Backup Media................................................................................

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    II Contents Allplan 2005

    Backing Up Allplan Data ..........................................................27

    Setting the Backup Device .............................................................................. 28

    Backing up and Restoring Entire Projects.................................................. 30

    Saving a project to hard disk.................................................................................. 31

    Saving a project to floppy disks............................................................................. 33Restoring a project saved to hard disk................................................................ 36

    Restoring a project saved to floppy disks .......................................................... 38

    Restoring parts of a project .................................................................................... 40

    Updating project attributes .................................................................................... 43

    Backing up and Restoring Drawing Files .................................................... 44

    Saving drawing files to floppy disk (uncompressed)...................................... 44

    Restoring uncompressed drawing files from floppy disk ............................. 45

    Backing Up and Restoring the Office Standard ....................................... 47

    Backing up the office standard ............................................................................. 48Restoring the entire office standard.................................................................... 49

    Restoring parts of the office standard................................................................ 50

    Backing Up and Restoring Any Folder......................................................... 52

    Backing up any folder ............................................................................................... 53

    Restoring any folder................................................................................................... 54

    Backing Up Data using the External Path.................................................. 55

    Setting the external path......................................................................................... 55

    Backing up data using the external path ........................................................... 56

    Restoring data using the external path.............................................................. 60

    Backing Up Data to DVD, CD and Tape ....................................................... 62

    Using CD/DVD Drives.................................................................................................. 62

    Using tape drives......................................................................................................... 68

    Backing Up Other Settings and Data.................................... 71

    Using .bak Files.................................................................................................... 72

    Backing Up Toolbar Configurations............................................................. 74

    Saving User-Specific Default Values............................................................ 76Overview of Default Values............................................................................. 78

    Index.............................................................................................. 79

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    Data Backup Welcome

    WelcomeWelcome to Allplan, the high-performance CAD progfor architects.

    Data backup is one of the most important topics in th

    IT industry. Even if you are working with large amou

    of data without being confronted with any problems,

    a topic you cannot afford to ignore.

    Not only hardware failure, but also user error can cau

    valuable data to be lost irrevocably. An efficient back

    strategy will reduce the risk of data loss to a minimumand cover your archival needs at the same time.

    In this step-by-step guide, you will learn all about

    Allplans data structure and you will also learn how to

    back up and restore Allplan data.

    This chapter covers the following:

    Documentation for Allplan Additional help on Allplan Where to turn for training, coaching and project

    support

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    2 Sources of Information Allplan 2005

    Sources of Information

    Documentation for AllplanThe Allplan documentation consists of the following:

    The online Helpis the main source of information for learningabout and working with Allplan.

    While you work with Allplan, you can get help on the current

    function by pressing the F1 key, or activate Help on the

    Standard toolbar and point to the icon on which you requirehelp.

    The manual consists of three parts. The first part shows you how

    to install Allplan. The second part provides an overview of basicconcepts and terms as well as methods for entering data in

    Allplan. The third part contains a tutorial.

    The brochure New Features in Allplan provides information on

    what's new in the latest version.

    Each volume in the Step-by-Step series deals with a specificconcept or series of tools/modules in Allplan in detail. The areascovered include data exchange, system administration, geodesy

    modules, presentation tools, 3D modeling etc. These guides canalso be obtained from the Nemetsch