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To recover les and folders from a backup on another server, follow these steps:
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Open the Administrative Tools menu and select Windows Server Backup. In the Actions pane, under Windows Server Backup, click Recover to start the Recovery Wizard. On the Getting Started page, select Another Server and click Next. On the Specify Location Type page, select one of the following options and then click Next: Local Drives Remote Shared Folder If you are recovering from a local drive, on the Select Backup Location page, select the location of the backup from the drop-down list. If you are recovering from a remote shared folder, type the path to the folder on the Specify Remote Folder page and then click Next. The path to the backup will be \\<Remote Server><RemoteSharedFolder>\ WindowsImageBackup\<ComputerName>\<YourBackup>. On the Select Backup Date page, select the date from the calendar and the time from the drop-down list of backups you want to restore from. Click Next. On the Select Recovery Type page, select Files And Folders and then click Next. On the Select Items To Recover page, expand the list under Available Items until the folder you want is visible. Click a folder to display the contents in the adjacent pane, click each item that you want to restore, and then click Next.
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On the Specify Recovery Options page, under Recovery Destination, select one of the following options and then click Next: Original Location Another Location (type the path to the location or click Browse to select it) Under When the Wizard Finds Files And Folders In The Recovery Destination, select one of the following options and then click Next: Create Copies So I Have Both Versions Of The File Or Folder Overwrite Existing Files With Recovered Files Don t Recover Those Files And Folders On the Con rmation page, review the details and then click Recover to restore the les and folders. On the Recovery Progress page, view the status of the recovery operation to determine whether it was completed successfully.
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The Recovery Wizard in Windows Server Backup can be used to recover applications and data from a backup, provided that the application in question uses Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) technology so that it is compatible with Windows Server Backup. Also, the VSS writer for the application must have been enabled before you created the backup being used for recovery. Most applications do not enable the VSS writer by default. You will have to explicitly enable it. If the VSS writer was not enabled for the backup, you will not be able to recover applications from it. To recover an application, follow these steps:
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Open the Administrative Tools menu and click Windows Server Backup. In the Actions pane, under Windows Server Backup, click Recover to start the Recovery Wizard. On the Getting Started page, specify whether the application will be recovered from backups run on this computer or another computer and then click Next. If you are recovering applications from backups stored on another computer, do the following steps and then click Next:
a. On the Specify Location Type page, indicate whether the backup that you want to
restore from is on Local Drives or a Remote Shared Folder.
b. If you are recovering from a local drive, on the Select Backup Location page, select
the location of the backup from the drop-down list. If recovering from a remote shared folder, type the path to the folder on the Specify Remote Folder page (Figure 16-10) and then click Next. The path to the backup will be \\<Remote Server><RemoteSharedFolder>\WindowsImageBackup \<ComputerName>\<YourBackup>.
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FIGURE 16-10 Specifying the path to the remote shared folder
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If you are recovering from this computer, on the Select Backup Location page, select the location of the backup from the drop-down list and then click Next.
On the Select Backup Date page, select the date from the calendar and the time from the drop-down list of the backup that you want to restore from and then click Next. On the Select Recovery Type page, click Applications and then click Next. On the Select Application page, under Applications, select the application to recover. If the backup that you are using is the most recent and the application you are recovering supports a roll-forward of the application database, you will see a check box labelled Do Not Perform A Roll-Forward Recovery Of The Application Databases. Select this check box if you want to prevent Windows Server Backup from rolling forward the application database that is currently on your server. Click Next.
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