Why do some of my folders within an Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP) volume and/or the volumes themselves appear locked from OS 10.4.6 (and higher) clients?
In OS X 10.4.6, Apple added support for viewing and modifying the "locked" status of folders over the network. Acronis Files Connect has always reported certain folders as locked to Macintosh clients, but until OS X 10.4.6, the clients never displayed these folders as locked.
The Elastic Search is the database of the Acronis Catalog service. This component indexes the backed up data and enables search throughout all backups in managed locations. The Data folder contains these indexes and its size depends on the amount of data you have saved to the managed vault.
This article describes how to change the default catalog database folder for Acronis Storage Node.
To specify a new location for the Elastic Search database:
By default, during an operation, Acronis Backup(Advanced) for Exchange will save its temporary files to the \ProgramData\Acronis\Temp folder on the machine where Acronis Agent for Exchange is installed (during backup), or either on the Agent machine or Acronis Management Server machine (during browsing of backups and restore).
You may want to change this if the capacity of the disk with the ProgramData folder on the affected machine (Agent or AMS) is an issue.
Hidden files or folders are only displayed in Acronis True Image interface if Windows Folder options are set to show hidden files, folders, and drives
Acronis True Image shows hidden files and folders in user interface if the option "View hidden files" is enabled in Windows. This applies both to selecting what to back up and to selecting files/folders for exclusions.