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Windows Server Backup and Restore for Moodle

E-Learning Platform

Vasile BaneÅŸ
Doctoral School of Faculty of

Electronics Telecommunications and
Information Technology

“Politehnica” University of Bucharest
Bucharest, Romania

[email protected]

Florin Babarada
Dept. of Electronic Devices Circuits

and Architectures
“Politehnica” University of Bucharest

Bucharest, Romania
[email protected]

Cristian Ravariu
Dept. of Electronic Devices Circuits

and Architectures
“Politehnica” University of Bucharest

Bucharest, Romania
cristian,[email protected]

Abstract—This paper presents methods for backing up
and restoring the E-learning Moodle platform on
Windows Server 2019 operating system to make backups
to a shared network folder on a Windows 10 workstation.
Therefore, the goal of this work is to put in practice of a
user-choice or automatic mechanism of backup and
restoration of the E-learning platform, with the
customization of the functions using the tool Windows
Server Backup to make backups to a shared folder in the
network on a workstation.

Keywords—e-learning, backup, windows server

I. INTRODUCTION

Moodle is an electronic learning platform created to
provide teachers and students with an integrated, secure and
easy system to create learning environments with the
possibility of personalization according to the activity field of
the organization where it is implemented [1].

From time to time, a situation arises where the courses
created on the E-learning site or the platform itself where I
installed it will be lost, corrupted or deleted. To prevent these
problems it is advisable to make a backup of the platform.
Many authors complain a lack of backup on e-learning
platforms [2] but the issue is still in progress [3]. Recently,
other authors proposed the backup and restore from a shared
network folder for this scope [4]. A particular concern was to
find a solution that would maintain data confidentiality and
security. The Platform Administrator must be sure that data
backups in the cloud are not modified, intercepted and that no
other person has access to them. In general, cloud solutions
involve financial costs, which can be an impediment for a
small business. in the situation where on the local hard disk
where the e-learning platform is installed, backup copies are
made that are likely to fail, the information will be partially
or totally