Click File >
Specify NetBackup Machines and Policy Types.
In the Policy type for
restore field, select either FlashBackup (for UNIX clients) or
If necessary, in the All
Folders pane, expand the Directory
Structure as follows to select the backup:
For a UNIX client, expand the path to the device
file directory (such as /dev/rdsk/) so that the device file appears
in the Contents pane.
For a Windows client, expand the Directory Structure view so that the volume
letter appears in the Contents pane.
The volume appears as a logical drive with the name that was
specified in the Backup Selection
list of the backup policy (such as \\.\D:).
In the Contents
pane, select the backup image to restore:
For a UNIX client, select the device file.
For a Windows client, select the volume letter.
The volume appears as a
logical drive with the name that was specified in the Backup Selection list of the backup policy (such
When you restore from a
raw partition backup, the partition on the destination disk is
always overwritten. Selecting or not selecting the Overwrite existing files option has no
effect on the restore result.
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