Yes, I’m running 18.104.22.168 under Windows 7. All of OpenEMR resides under the directory string of O:\xampp\htdocs\openemr… on the server. I do my nightly backups by shutting down MySQL and then Apache before copying the entire xampp directory and all subdirectories to two other encrypted drives on different machines. I then restart Apache and MySQL.
That scheme has worked effectively for me for the past 2 years, and I have even been able to restore a working image to a different machine, mostly as an experiment to prove to myself that the backup produced an operational restored system (How many of us have actually tried to load and operate one of our backup images?)
I though adding Degoo would add an extra layer of protection. OpenEMR won’t work as I have it installed when MySQL is shut down.