Windows XP Home Edition 32bit (sp3), IE6 / IE7
Windows XP Professional Edition 32bit (sp3), IE6 / IE7
Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition 32bit(sp2), IE6 / IE7
Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard Edition 32bit(sp2), IE6 / IE7
Windows Vista Home Premium Edition 32bit/64bit (sp1), IE7
Windows Vista Business Edition 32bit/64bit (sp1), IE7
Windows Vista Ultimate Edition 32bit/64bit (sp1), IE7
Windows Vista Enterprise Edition 32bit/64bit (sp1), IE7
Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition 32bit/64bit (sp1), IE7
<for Backup Tool and Restore Tool >
- Do not unplug or turn off the camera during the backup/restoration process.
Otherwise, it might cause damage to the camera.
- Do not run the Backup Tool / Restore Tool at the same time on multiple PCs on the same network. Otherwise, it might cause damage to connected cameras.
- When you use the tool on Windows Vista, do not store Backup
Tool exe file [NetworkCameraBK.exe] or Restore Tool exe file
[NetworkCameraRS.exe] onto [C:\windows] or [C:\Program Files]. The log file
might not be saved appropriately. Also, do not save backup files onto
[C:\windows] or [C:\Program Files].
- Close all other applications before using the Backup Tool or Restore Tool. Make sure
the network camera is disconnected from other software, such as VB-C60/VB-C500
Viewer and VK-64/VK-16 Viewer.
- Be sure to run only one Backup Tool / Restore Tool on one PC. It, however, can be run
with its older version at the same time.
- Use the tool in a stable network environment, such as an intranet.
- The Backup Tool / Restore Tool executes the backup / restore process using FTP
communication with the camera. Both tools do not support the backup / restore
process via a proxy server. Be sure to set the network environment to use FTP, when
using a router or other devices between the camera and the PC on which the tool is
< for Backup Tool only >
- If a backup file is saved under the same name as the log file, the log information will be
added to the backup file. Therefore, be sure to save backup files under a different name from the log file. The log file name is originally set to [NetworkCameraBK.log].
< for Restore Tool only >
- The Restore Tool allows you to select whether to restore the administrator password. The authorized user list and password, however, are always restored whether the checkbox is ticked or not.
- If the administrator password is restored, it will return to the one that was
obtained when the backup file was created. Before starting the restore
process, be sure not to forget the administrator password which was
obtained when the backup file was created.
- Modified backup files, such as edited or processed, cannot be used to restore.
- Backup files can be restored only when the file version corresponds to the Restore
- Backup files can be restored only when its camera model, video signal (NTSC or
PAL) and whether or not to input audio, all correspond to those of the network camera, to which the file is to be restored.
- Backup files can be restored only when the firmware versions at the time of backup and restore correspond with each other, or when the firmware version of camera
where the file is to be restored is newer.
- The Restore Tool does not restore values of network setting (Address Setting Method, IP
address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, LAN Interface, Maximum Transmission
Unit, whether to enable or disable IPv6) and LED setting, so the information remains
the same as the camera's current settings.
- Follow the procedure below to download the file.
- The file is a self-extracting file.
1. Click the file below to open the download window, and then click [Save].
2. Specify where to save the file (ex. on the desktop) and click [Save]. A file with the same name (.exe file) is downloaded to the specified location.
3. Double-click the downloaded file to automatically extract the file and create a folder.
4. Double-click the pdf file in the folder to open. Follow the instruction explained in the manual
for how to backup and restore.