NetBackup 3.2 Microsoft Windows User s Guide for Windows NT/95/98
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Advanced Restore Procedures
The following is a detailed explanation of how to perform advanced restores.
Selecting Specific Backup Dates to Restore
By default, the NetBackup Restore window shows the files and folders that were 
backed up from the time of the last full backup to the most recent backup. If the 
client belongs to more than one 
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class, the default display starts with the last full 
backup that occurred first. For example, assume that the client belongs to 
ClassW1 and ClassW2. Full backups occur for both of them   ClassW1's most 
recent full backup occurred on Feb. 2 and ClassW2's most recent full occurred on 
Feb. 10. The display shows files ranging from the time of the ClassW1 full 
backup on Feb. 2.
The default range will satisfy the majority of your needs to restore files. There 
will be times, however, when you must restore a file that was not backed up 
during the default time period. For example, a file that was deleted prior to the 
last full backup does not appear in the default display. In this case, you must use 
the NetBackup History pane to select a backup that contains the file.
1. A NetBackup class defines the backup policies for a specific group of one or more clients that have similar 
backup requirements. The NetBackup system administrator configures the class for your PC.
User Directed Operations
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