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While creating a backup the Login AM Updater will create zip files of the previous version in the Backups folder on the Login AM share.
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While creating a backup, the Login AM Updater will create zip files of the previous version in the Backups folder on the Login AM share.
  
 
This allows you to restore the Login AM software to the previous version using the ''Control Panel -> Programs -> Programs and Features'' dialog.
 
This allows you to restore the Login AM software to the previous version using the ''Control Panel -> Programs -> Programs and Features'' dialog.
  
Alternatively you can start the ''appwiz.cpl'' from the start menu.
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Alternatively, you can start the ''appwiz.cpl'' from the start menu.
  
 
[[File:LoginAM_Restoring_an_Automation_Machine_Environment_01.png|border]]
 
[[File:LoginAM_Restoring_an_Automation_Machine_Environment_01.png|border]]
  
The above depicted dialog show that we have performed an update, version 2.4.89.1 on the following components;
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The dialog depicted above shows that we have performed an update, to version 2.4.89.1 on the following components:
  
 
Automation Machine 2015 - dev
 
Automation Machine 2015 - dev
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Automation Machine 2015 - Template environment
 
Automation Machine 2015 - Template environment
  
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On the Automation Machine share, the following files will appear in the ''Backups'' folder:
 
 
On the Automation Machine share following files will appear in the ''Backups'' folder:
 
  
 
[[File:LoginAM_Restoring_an_Automation_Machine_Environment_02.png|border]]
 
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Restoring a backup
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'''Restoring a backup'''
  
 
In order to restore a backup the specific environment should be selected from the ''Control Panel -> Programs -> Programs and Features'' dialog.
 
In order to restore a backup the specific environment should be selected from the ''Control Panel -> Programs -> Programs and Features'' dialog.

Revision as of 15:47, 20 February 2017

Restoring a Login AM environment

While creating a backup, the Login AM Updater will create zip files of the previous version in the Backups folder on the Login AM share.

This allows you to restore the Login AM software to the previous version using the Control Panel -> Programs -> Programs and Features dialog.

Alternatively, you can start the appwiz.cpl from the start menu.

LoginAM Restoring an Automation Machine Environment 01.png

The dialog depicted above shows that we have performed an update, to version 2.4.89.1 on the following components:

Automation Machine 2015 - dev

Automation Machine 2015 - Environment Manager

Automation Machine 2015 - Template environment

On the Automation Machine share, the following files will appear in the Backups folder:

LoginAM Restoring an Automation Machine Environment 02.png

AMRollback.exe - The rollback executable

Environment Manager.zip - Backup of the Environment manager

00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000001.zip - Backup of the Template environment


Depending on your choice, while updating and creating backups, the folder also may contain a backup of the last version of one or multiple environments, for example: 4ad9aa29-0fdb-4f1d-af29-3801404cff20.zip Backup of environment - dev


Restoring a backup

In order to restore a backup the specific environment should be selected from the Control Panel -> Programs -> Programs and Features dialog.

LoginAM Restoring an Automation Machine Environment 03.png

From here, select the desired environment to restore and click on Uninstall/Change to proceed.

LoginAM Restoring an Automation Machine Environment 04.png

Click on Next the restore will commence and progress bar will appear.

LoginAM Restoring an Automation Machine Environment 05.png

The rollback has been completed, the dev environment has been reverted.

LoginAM Restoring an Automation Machine Environment 06.png