Notes on File Recovery
When restoring a file from a backup image file, virtual extraction of a backup image located in the destination storage enables to restore a file.
Therefore, when the device where the backup image file is saved does not properly respond, a file may not be properly recovered.
Especially when restoring a file from a backup image file located in NAS, you are recommended to restore the file under the following conditions.
– When restoring a file from a backup image file located in NAS, ensure bandwidth of 1Gbps for the network communication between the machine running file recovery task and NAS.
– When restoring a file from a backup image file located in NAS, run the file recovery task when low network traffic is expected.
– Run file recovery task from a backup image file located in local disk or USB HDD compatible with USB3.0.
How to restore a file
Use one of the following four methods to restore a file by using ActiveImage Protector.
1)Go to [Image Manager] — [Mount Backup Image] and restore a file.
2)Go to [Recovery] – [File Recovery]
3)Image Explorer (double-click a backup image file and restore a file)
4)Go to [Image Manager] — [iSCSI Target Server] and restore a file.
Taking steps 1) and 2), when ActiveImage Protector is installed on a host different from the backup source and restore a file, you need to purchase an additional license.
Taking steps 3) and 4), you are allowed to use ActiveImage Protector even when the license is expired or the trial period expired.
– ActiveImage Protector 2018