Download and Install Duplicati on your device.
When you are finished setting up Duplicati on your platform, start the application.
On the far left, click “Add Backup”.
Make sure the “Configure a new backup” toggle is selected and click “Next”.
On the next page, fill in the required fields and choose an encryption method and passphrase.
When you are finished, click “Next”.
On the next page, use the “Storage Type” dropdown to select “S3 Compatible”
Make sure the “Use SSL” toggle is selected.
Use the “Server” dropdown to select “Custom Server URL”. In the text field underneath that dropdown, enter “polycloud.crowdapis.com”.
In the “Bucket Name” field, enter the name of the CrowdStorage bucket you are integrating with Duplicati.
In the “AWS Access ID” and “AWS Access Key” fields, enter your Access ID and Access Key from your CrowdStorage Bucket. Be aware that the AWS access key will go in the Access ID field and the AWS secret will go in the Access Key field.
After you have filled in those fields, click “Test Connection”. The following window should appear. Be sure to click “No”.
A window should appear verifying your connection was successful.
If you have any problems establishing your connection, verify that your Bucket Name is correct and that the AWS key and secret are in their correct fields.
Choose the folder you would like to use for your source Data.
Choose your schedule for automatic backups.
Choose your options for “Remote Volume Size” and “Backup Retention”.
When you are finished, click “Save”.