After reading this article: https://confluence.atlassian.com/confcloud/create-a-site-backup-724765526.html
i am curious if it is possible to move a copy of the created backup to a 'third party'.
Prefer to have a 'local' copy of our data using automated procedures.
Hi @Peter Vermeulen,
I am not sure if this helps, but you can run the automatic backup script from the 'third party' in order to create and download a full Confluence backup:
However, please notice that as mentioned in below link, this is actually not supported:
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Please let me know if this helps. Provide more details otherwise.
You would still need to download the backup and then upload it to the 3rd party or your local machine if you want to have a copy there.
Is the 'local' copy the 3rd party, or did you want to put a copy locally and to the 3rd party?
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