Step 5. Save Restored Files

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    When the restore point is mounted to the computer file system, you can use Linux command line utilities or preferred file browser to work with restored files and folders. You can browse for files and folders in the mounted backup and copy files and folders that you want to restore to their initial location or to a new location.

    In the following example, the restored file Report1.pdf is copied from the mounted restore point to a new location with the Linux command line utilities:

    user@srv01:~$ ls Documents/
    Reports
    user@srv01:~$ ls /mnt/backup/FileLevelBackup_0/home/user/Documents/Reports/
    Report1.pdf  Report2.pdf
    user@srv01:~$ cp /mnt/backup/FileLevelBackup_0/home/user/Documents/Reports/Report1.pdf Documents/
    user@srv01:~$ ls Documents/
    Report1.pdf  Reports

     

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