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Restoring from a backup 

Each time a backup runs on your server, a restore point is created

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. This is essentially a copy of all data on your server

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and included in your backup, that you can use to

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restore from if necessary. Depending on your data retention policy, you may have many different restore points available. 

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You can choose to either restore the entire backup onto your server or to restore only certain files and folders.

To run a complete restore from a restore point: 

  1. In the Backup Protection tab, click the Restore Point button.

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  1. If you wish to restore the entire backup, then identify the restore point you wish to restore from and click Restore. 

  2. The restore process may take several minutes to complete. Please do not attempt to run another restore during this time.  

To restore only certain files and/or folders from a restore point: 

  1. In the Backup Protection tab, click the Restore Point button. 

  2. Find the restore point you wish to restore from, and click Browse.  This will open a file structure view showing all folders, sub-folders, and files available. 

  3. Navigate through the file structure to select the files/folders you wish to restore, then click Restore Selected.  

  4. You’ll see a list of files to be restoredTo confirm this list, click Restore. 

  5. Again, the restore process may take several minutes to complete. Please do not attempt to run another restore during this time. 

Bare Metal 

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Restore 

Bare Metal restore is used to restore everything including the server’s operating system, software applications, and files stored on the server. If you need to perform a Bare Metal restoreplease contact 100TB Technical Support and we will help you with the process. 

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