Restoring from a Windows disk image
Use the following
procedure to restore Windows disk images.
To restore from a Windows disk image backup
On the destination drive,
exit from all applications that are running.
Stop or close any
databases that use the destination drive for storage.
If necessary, specify the
master server that has the backups you want to restore.
See About specifying
Specify the policy type as follows:
From the list, select .
If backup images appear in the
NetBackup History pane without corresponding
folders or files, do one of the following:
See Finding the items you want
Select the disk image
that you want to restore.
The disk image appears as
a logical drive with the name that was specified in the
Backup Selections list in the backup
policy (such as \\.\D:).
Preview a list of media
that is required for the restore:
required dialog box.
If the backup images
required to restore the data are on disk storage units rather than
removable media such as tape, no media is listed.
Click to close the dialog box.
In the Restore Marked Files dialog box, select from the
following options to meet the requirements for the restore:
In the dialog box that
appears, click to view
the status of the restore.
The restore may take a
few minutes to complete. After you start a restore operation, you
can close Backup, Archive, and Restore and perform other tasks on
your computer. NetBackup continues the restore operation in the