Performing a Restore
Use the following steps to run your first data restore.
1. Select the files to restore.
Files that you wish to restore must be selected before beginning the restore. Restoring older versions of files
can be accomplished by changing the backup date that is currently set for the display. The button on top of the
tree view indicates the current date that is used to display current files available for restore. A list of available
backup dates, along with three "view options" can be viewed by pressing this button. The three view options are
HINT: To restore a group of files as of a specific backup, the Show Files Before option should be selected, along with the appropriate date in the restore date list. To view all the files that are available for restore including previously deleted files, the Show Files After option should be selected, along with the oldest backup date in the restore date list.
2. Start the restore by selecting the "Restore Now" button.
3. Specify where to save the restored files.
This option allows restored files to overwrite existing versions of the files or to be copied to a specific location with a default of "C:\Temp"
4. Check the Log file.
The log file contains a detailed list of actions performed during the restore. It also contains a convenient list of summary information at the top of the file.
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