NetBackup 3.2 Microsoft Windows User s Guide for Windows NT/95/98
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User Directed Restores
You can start a restore operation at any time. Restored folders and drives include 
all files that were backed up or archived during a range of backups. NetBackup 
is also able to perform an alternate client restore and a true image restore.
Alternate Client Restore
Files or folders, that were backed up or archived from one NetBackup client, can 
be restored to a different NetBackup client. This is possible only if the 
NetBackup administrator has configured the NetBackup master server to allow 
alternate client restores. Refer to the NetBackup System Administrator's Guide   
UNIX or the NetBackup System Administrator's Guide   Windows NT Server for 
details. Also refer to "NetBackup Restore Options for System Administrators" 
on page 109 for details on using the NetBackup Browser on the NetBackup 
server for alternate client restores.
Restore from True Image Backup
A Restore from True Image Backup can be performed only on server directed 
backups and archives in which the True Image Restore Information attribute has 
been set. Refer to the NetBackup System Administrator's Guide   UNIX or the 
NetBackup System Administrator's Guide   Windows NT Server for details.
A true image restore of a folder, by default, restores the folder so its contents are 
exactly what they were at the time of the most recent server directed full backup 
or incremental backup. Files deleted prior to the specified backup are not 
restored.
During a true image restore of a folder, NetBackup determines which files 
belong in the folder and then reconstructs it by using the most recent backup of 
these files.
NetBackup does not allow a true image restore that is based on the time of a user 
operation. However, NetBackup does use the backups from a user directed 
operation if they are more recent than the latest server directed full backup or 
incremental backup.
A true image restore is the best choice if, for example, you have recently cleaned 
up a folder by deleting unwanted files and now want to restore the latest version 
without having to repeat your cleanup. It is also possible to restore the true 
image of an earlier version of a folder.
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