General answer is yes.
We have an internal backup mechanism. This backup can be imported in a new instance of Active IQ Unified Manager and all is as it was. If you are using it already for some time, You might want to disable it and create a new one in a new folder after enabling again. Then you do not have mysql incremental dumps which take more time to restore. You need to transfer the backup itself and the backup subfolder containing all mysql dumps to the new machine.
How to backup and restore is covered in documentation. If there are specific problems/questions - a support case will help to solve it.