Use the following steps
to restore from a remote media server.
To restore from a remote media server
From the Select Restore
Method screen, select Install
networking and then restore from a remote media
The Disaster Recovery
Wizard attempts to detect and install the correct network
After networking is
installed, click Next.
On the Connect to Media
Server screen, enter the credentials that are required to access
the media server.
The name of the remote media server that you selected to run the
The domain in which the remote media server is a member.
The user name that has administrator rights to the remote media
The password that is required for access.
On the Restore Data
screen, all backup sets that are required to fully restore the
computer are checked by default.
When the automated
restore process finishes, click the appropriate response.
The Disaster Recovery Wizard prompts you to select another media
set from which to continue the restore process.
The Disaster Recovery Wizard updates the hard disk drivers and
then finishes the recovery process.
On the You have completed
the Disaster Recovery Wizard screen, you can run the following:
The Disaster Recovery Wizard lets you open a command window that
you can use to make further modifications to your computer.
The Disaster Recovery Wizard lets you edit the boot.ini file
using the Windows Notepad application to modify the boot.ini file
on the root of the system partition. (Windows 2000/XP/2003
Click the Messages button to review messages generated by the
Disaster Recovery Wizard during the recovery process.
Click Finish. Remove the CD after the computer
restarts but before the start process finds the startup CD
As the computer restarts,
a Symantec screen momentarily appears while the Disaster Recovery
Wizard makes final recovery modifications. After the modifications
are finished, the computer restarts again and the recovery process