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Downloading the Backup & Sync component

To begin using Backup & Sync, you must first download the Backup & Sync component.

To get started with Backup & Sync:

  1. If you have not yet created a Webroot account, see Creating a Webroot account. When you log in to my.webrootanywhere.com for the first time, be sure to click Set Up Account Now in the Backups panel.

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  2. From your computer, open the SecureAnywhere main interface. Click Backup & Sync, then click Download and Install.

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  3. If prompted, enter your Webroot account credentials (user name and password).

    When the download completes, the Backup & Sync panel opens.

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  4. You can now begin synchronizing or backing up files by following these instructions:

Note: This Help provides a quick overview of Backup & Sync. For further instructions, see the Backups User Guide at Webroot's SecureAnywhere Help and Product Guides page.