Restore Restoring Files from a Backup

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Types of Batch Extract

 

There are two ways that you can extract, or restore, a backup.  You can restore an entire project, or you can restore just certain files from a backup.

 

Restore

 

1.To Restore an Entire Project:
a.On the Projects tab choose the project that you wish to restore.
b.Click on the Available Backups tab. Click on, choose, the previous backup that you wish restore.
c.With that version highlighted, right mouse click on the backup and choose Restore Selected Backup from the pop up menu that appears.
d.The Restore File(s) from Backup window appears.  Please see Restoring the Backup, below, for further instructions.

 

2.To Restore Selected Files:
a.On the Projects tab choose the project that you wish to restore.
b.Click on the Backup Details tab. Click on, choose, the previously backup files that you wish restore. Hold the Ctrl key down to select more than one file.
c.When you have all of the files highlighted, right mouse click on the backup and choose Restore Files(s) From Backup from the pop up menu that appears.
d.The Restore File(s) from Backup window appears.  Please see Restoring the Backup, below, for further instructions.

 

Restoring the Backup

 

The Restore File(s) from Backup window is used to set the options for how the restore should proceed. It consists of three distinct sections, Extract Behavior, File(s) to be Restored, and Root Destination.

 

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1.Extract Behavior

The Extract Behavior section consists of three selections.

a.The first selection is Target-File Overwrite Options. You must decide on whether you want the files to Overwrite files of the same name during restore or to Prompt user before a file is overwritten. The default for this selection is to prompt the user.
b.The second selection is whether or not to Create Sub-Directories during the restore. The default for this selection is to create sub-directories. Un check this box to NOT create sub-directories.
c.The third selection is whether or not to Use Original Path Info during the restore. The default for this selection is to use the original path. Un check this box to NOT use the original path.

 

2.File(s) to be Restored…

The File(s) to be Restored area is where the files that are being restored are listed. If you want to remove some of the files from the File(s) to be Restored… list then right mouse click on the file and choose Remove Selected File from Restore List from the context menu. This must be done for each file that you want to remove.

 

3.Root Destination

The Root Destination box is where you type the drive and directory path where you want the files to be restored to. If you click on the down arrow button you can select from a list of the most recent paths that have been used. If you click on the Browse  (...) button you can search for the destination directory.

 

The Restore File(s) from Backup window includes three buttons, Restore/Extract Files, Cancel, and Help.

 

1.Restore/Extract Files: Click on this button to proceed with the restore operation.
2.Cancel: Click on this button to cancel the restore operation.
3.Help: Click on this button to come to this help topic.

 

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