If you are using OnDemand, then you can not.
Standalone, the default user you create during installation has full rights.
If you didn't set it up, then you'll need to get the administrator to add you to the system admin group
Just a side note. You can make a backup once every 48 hours. Yes. Once every 48 damn hours and the backup is deleted at every damn 24 hours (i think). So yea..
This information is not entirely correct. It is true you can only create backups once every 48 hours. On top of that, Atlassian also automatically creates backups every 24 hours of your instance for emergency recoveries. Backups you create are not being removed after 48 hours, rather they get overwritten once you create a new backup. At all times can you download your manual created backups from your webdav folder to store locally. If for some reason you require to make another backup within 48 hours, you can contact Atlassian support, and we are more than willingly to assist you in this matter.
I create a backup "JIRA-backup-20130703.zip"
But when I click on Jira Import | Next, I get the message
"You don't have any valid JIRA Export on the root WebDAV directory. Please upload some and try again."
Wait, what? You're trying to import the backup you've just taken? I don't understand what you think you're doing here.
I need to go back to the begininng. Are you trying to get data OUT of OnDemand, OR are you trying to get data IN to OnDemand?
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