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Barracuda Yosemite Server Backup

How do I restore a specific file version from Yosemite Server Backup to a different location?

  • Type: Knowledgebase
  • Date changed: one year ago

Solution #00004037

 

Scope:
Yosemite Server Backup, version 8.5 and above.

Answer:
When you restore a file, you may wish to restore the file in a new location. If you restore a file to its original location using its original name, and that file currently exists, Yosemite Server Backup will overwrite the file with the restored version. You can avoid overwriting files by restoring the file to a new directory, this process is called a Move Restore. Note that you can only perform a move restore on objects such as files and folders. It is not possible to perform a move restore on databases, like Exchange or Active Directory, or on an entire storage volume. 

Yosemite Server Backup 8.9.x and newer

  1. Open the Yosemite Server Backup Administrator.
  2. Select Tasks from the menu on the left.
  3. Double-click on Restore.
  4. Choose a name for your Restore Job, and then click OK.
  5. Expand the Network resource, expand the File Systems folder, and locate the object you want to restore.
  6. Highlight the item you want to restore, and then select the version you would like to restore in the panel at the bottom of the window. If a specific version of the file is not specified, the latest version of the selected object will be restored by default.
  7. With the items and version selected, select the Move button at the top of the window.
  8. Expand the Network resource and navigate to the destination folder, where you wish to restore the file, and then click OK.
  9. Select Device on the left side panel.
  10. Expand the type of device that you will be restoring from, then select the device you want to restore from that would have the selected version in the drive.
  11. Click Run to begin the restore.


Yosemite Server Backup 8.8.01 to 8.9.x
  1. Open the Yosemite Server Backup Administrator.
  2. Select Tasks from the menu on the left.
  3. Double-click on Restore.
  4. Choose a name for your Restore Job, and then click OK.
  5. Expand the Network resource, expand the File Systems folder, and locate the object you want to restore.
  6. Highlight the item you want to restore, and then click the Versions icon at the top of the window. If a specific version of the file is not specified, the latest version of the selected object will be restored by default.
  7. A new window will open with the details for the selected file. Highlight the version you would like to restore and click OK.
  8. With the items and version selected, select the Move button at the top of the window.
  9. Expand the Network resource and navigate to the destination folder, where you wish to restore the file, and then click OK.
  10. Select Device on the left side panel.
  11. Expand the type of device that you will be restoring from, then select the device you want to restore from that would have the selected version in the drive.
  12. Click Run to begin the restore.

Yosemite Server Backup 8.7.0.1 and older

  1. Open the Yosemite Server Backup Administrator.
  2. Select View > Favorites > Jobs and Media from the menu bar. 
  3. Click the Admin resource and then right-click and select New in the white space on the right side of the window.
  4. Choose Restore Job as the job type, enter a descriptive name for the job, and then click OK.
  5. Click Selection from the pages section of the restore job's properties window.
  6. Expand the Network resource and locate the object you want to restore within the File Systems folder.
  7. Highlight the item you want to restore and then right click and select Move.
  8. Expand the Network resource and navigate to the destination folder, where you wish to restore the file, and then click OK.
  9. Click on the Versions icon at the top of the window to obtain a list of available file versions. Select the version you would like to restore and click OK. If a specific version of the file is not specified, the latest version of the selected object will be restored by default. 
  10. If you are restoring files to a machine in a different domain click Options from the pages section and then click the Advanced Options button. Uncheck the boxes for Mount Points, Child Security, Parent Security, and Volume Restrictions.
  11. Select Device on the left side panel.
  12. Expand the type of device that you will be restoring from, then select the device you want to restore from that would have the selected version in the drive.
  13. Click Run from the commands section to start the restore.
  14. When prompted with Are you sure you want to run the selected item(s)?, click Yes.
  15. Click OK to close the window and save the restore job.  

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