Thanks for the reply.
I can't do this on the live website, but I can do it on a staging version. I can take an up-to-date snapshot of the site and test that. Although it won't be on the same server/host.
This will take me a few days to get the time to do - so I will come back here when I learn something.
Thanks for the extra response James, appreciate it.
Yes, believe me there is a conversation about moving host - which has been raised a few times but not yet convinced them. There have been other niggles with connectivity and up-time, so I hope to one day soon win them over!
Thanks for the replies.
I get the need to confirm successful backup - but surely Snapshot knows this information, as it is connected to the destination, and reports success/failure in the admin - can it not speak to The Hub? It absolutely also knows whether the local server backup copy was a success.
Otherwise, I am left with simply the option to remove the Backup section from my report entirely. Not even an option to write some custom text. I feel there is more that could be done here.
PS - The actual reason I am not using WPMU Cloud in this case, is not because it's full/unwilling to pay - it is due to the host this client is using - it doesn't have the right max_execution_time setting and we've not had luck getting that changed. As a result, it always times-out when trying to backup to WPMU, but seems to handle Google Drive okay.
Many thanks for the reply.
Yes both times I reset the keys, I was told I would be logged out - and indeed I was, as expected.
But both times I logged back in to find the Security Keys flagged as needing attention, despite it telling me they were 0 days old.
I have just turned on the Grant Access for support.
Please note, this is a live eCommerce website - so obviously I can't endorse any downtime or rollbacks of data.