The name of your site, for use in the site's HTML pages among other things.
The email address where your site's emails will appear to be originating from.
The name of the sender used for all emails sent out by your site.
Some servers have trouble figuring out the URL of your site which can lead to SEF URLs and menu items not working. On these servers you have to enter your site's URL without the trailing slash, e.g. http://www.example.com. In most cases this is not required and you can leave this field empty.
Force site access to always occur under SSL (https) for selected site areas. If you have SSL enabled on your site we recommend always using Entire Site for security reasons.
The Cookie domain is the domain name of your site, without the protocol and, usually, without the www part. For example, if you are restoring to http://www.example.com, the Cookie domain is example.com (Let us stress that again: there is NO http:// in there!!).
The Cookie path is the subdirectory of your site, relative to the domain's root. If you are restoring to the root of a domain, e.g. http://www.example.com, then it is / (a single forward slash). If you are restoring to a subdirectory it's a slash followed by the directory's name. For example, if you're restoring to http://www.example.com/joomla then the Cookie path is /joomla (WITH a leading slash, but WITHOUT a trailing slash).
ANGIE will by default use the tmp and log paths already set up on the backed up site's Global Configuration. If you are restoring to a different server or cloning your site this can lead to problems. In this case, check the box. If you are unsure, check the box anyway. You can change these paths in the Directories Fine-tuning section below.