Add Backup Location Dropbox

Overview

This page will guide you to add Dropbox as your backup location in Softaculous.

Note : Backup on Dropbox feature has been added since Softaculous version 4.9.4.

The following guide will show you how to add Dropbox backup location in Softaculous.

1) Go to Softaculous Enduser -> Edit Settings -> Click on Add Backup Location.

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2) Select Protocol as Dropbox and fill in the backup name.

3) Click on the Authorize button to authorize your dropbox account with Softaculous. You will be redirected to a series of Dropbox Authorization steps as shown in the screenshots below.

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4) Enter the login details of your Dropbox account:

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5) You will be next prompted to allow (or deny) access to Softaculous Auto Installer APP in your dropbox account

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6) Once you click on Allow, you will be provided with a code which you have to copy and paste in the Auth Code field of the Softaculous Add Backup Location Form:

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7) Backup Location (Optional) : If you want to set a separate directory for your backups inside Softaculous App directory, you can specify the same here, e.g. /wordpress. If left empty, backups will be stored in the Softaculous App directory itself.

8) Click on Add Backup Location button to add the location in Softaculous.

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