NetBackup 3.2 Microsoft Windows User s Guide for Windows NT/95/98
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Restoring a True Image of a Folder
You can restore a true image of a folder only if the NetBackup class that is 
backing up your files and folders is configured to collect true image restore 
information prior to backup. If in doubt, ask your NetBackup administrator.
1. Open the NetBackup Restore window.
If you get a 
No Entity Found message
 at this point, notify the 
administrator. The TIR option on the NetBackup server must be set before 
you can perform a true image restore. A backup with the TIR option set 
needs to exist before a TIR restore can happen.
2. Make sure the root folder is selected.
3. In the All Folders pane of the NetBackup Restore (True Image) window, 
double click the parent of the folder you want to restore.
The double click updates the NetBackup Restore (True Image) window to 
show the folders that are available for true image restores. Notice that the 
lists show only folders. Individual files do not appear because true image 
restores are intended only for restoring entire folders. To list or select 
individual files, use 
Restore from Backup
. 
If NetBackup cannot find any folders, check the 
Search Folder:
 setting in the 
Search Backups dialog box. Also check the range of backups that you are 
searching (backup history pane). If all of these settings are correct and no 
folders are found, ask the administrator to see if the NetBackup class that is 
backing up your files and folders is configured to collect true image restore 
information.
4. Select the date range of backups that NetBackup will search in order to find 
the desired folder.
It is best to leave the backup selection at the default date range unless you 
are restoring a version of the folder that existed before the last full backup 
or incremental backup.
5. Select the folder you want to restore by marking it in the Contents of 
'' pane of the NetBackup Restore (True Image) window (you must 
select from this side of the window). By default, NetBackup restores the 
folder to its original location. 
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