<program files (x86)>\Celiveo Print-Web\data (entire folder with subdirectories)
If you have changed Web port configuration or configured SSL certificates, backup this folder:
<program files (x86)>\Celiveo Print-Web\etc
When to Restore
The server hosting Celiveo Print-Web crashed.
Start by creating the print queues on the new server that Celiveo Print-Web should be able to print to. On Windows either the built-in Print Management tools or the command line print migration tool can be used, which can migrate printers with ports, drivers etc. from old to new server.
Run the Celiveo Print-Web installer on the new server, and change the Windows service logon account as described in the Celiveo Print-Web install guide section.
Restart services, and open the Celiveo Print-Web admin to verify that Celiveo Print-Web has started up successfully.
If successful, then stop all Celiveo Print-Web services on the new server.
Restore backup from old server on new: carefully copy the backup files onto the new Celiveo Print-Web server, replacing the default files, and start up Celiveo Print-Web services again. The new server should be identical to your old server, and at this point, verify the full operation of Celiveo Print-Web.
Point any Celiveo Print-Web Mobile Gateways from old to new server
If you have installed any Celiveo Print-Web Mobile Gateways on separate servers, and if the new server has a different IP or hostname on your network, make sure to update the Mobile Gateways destination.