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MacPractice Backup Guide

Creating MacPractice Backups of the database is the only way to maintain the data added to MacPractice. It is your responsibility to ensure that backups are created, properly stored, and that an effective backup scheme is in place. The Backup Guide will assist with developing a backup scheme, creating manual and automatic backups, removing old backups, and restoring backups.

The Backup Guide will assist with creating a Backup Scheme through the following topics:

MacPractice does not provide any backup service or data storage, nor do we have the Database Encryption password if you choose to use this setting. Please note that Time Machine, DropBox, Dolly Drive, or other online backup services do not create database backups. While these services may backup a folder already containing a MacPractice backup, the backup must first be created through MacPractice.
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