1 About
    1.1 Preparing for use

2 Getting Started

3 Backing up
    3.1 Selecting a backup type
    3.2 Entering a job name
    3.3 Selecting data for backup
        3.3.1 Selecting files and folders
        3.3.2 Selecting a SQL Server database
    3.4 Setting backup archive parameters
    3.5 Setting destination storage
        3.5.1 Local folder
        3.5.2 Network folder
        3.5.3 FTP / FTPS / SFTP
        3.5.4 Amazon S3
        3.5.5 Dropbox
        3.5.6 Box
        3.5.7 OneDrive
        3.5.8 Google Drive
    3.6 Scheduling a job

4 Managing backup jobs
    4.1 Manual backup
    4.2 Pausing/resuming scheduled job
    4.3 Editing job settings
    4.4 Viewing job logs
    4.5 Deleting jobs

5 Restoring
    5.1 Restoring files and folders
        5.1.1 Selecting backup archive
        5.1.2 Selecting data to restore from archive
        5.1.3 Restoring process and log
    5.2 Restoring databases
        5.2.1 Selecting backup archive
        5.2.2 Selecting restoration method
        5.2.3 Restoring to SQL Server DB
        5.2.4 Selecting databases to be restored
        5.2.5 Restoring to a folder
        5.2.6 Restoring process and log

6 General settings

7 Creating a Microsoft SQL Server backup from a remote server
    7.1 Enable remote connections on the instance of SQL Server
    7.2 Enable the TCP/IP connection and configure the TCP port
    7.3 Windows Firewall configuration
    7.4 Remote connection with the SQL Server in the Cloud Backup Robot
    7.5 Creating a new SQL Server user and configuring the Server Roles for the user

8 Creating an Azure SQL Database backup using Cloud Backup Robot
    8.1 Configure Firewall
    8.2 Obtain Connection String