Recovering Files by using the Web Interface

Recovering files by using the web interface


1. Select the machine which originally contained the data that you want to recover.

2. Click
 Recovery.

3. Select the recovery point. Note that recovery points are filtered by location.

If the machine is offline, the recovery points are not displayed. Use other ways to recover:

  • Download the files from the cloud storage
  • Use bootable media

4. Click Recover files.

5. Select the files that you want to recover.

6. Click Recover.

7. Select the recovery destination. You can select the original location or any local or network folder.
Files from virtual machines are recovered to the machine where Agent for VMware or Agent for Hyper-V is installed. If you select Original location, the software will reproduce the original path on this machine. If you select a network folder, it must be accessible from that machine.

8. Click Recover.

9. If the files are recovered to the original location, select one of the file overwriting options:
  • Overwrite existing files
  • Overwrite an existing file if it is older
  • Do not overwrite existing files

The recovery progress is shown in the
 Status column for the machine.
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