Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows 4.0
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Before You Begin

Before you begin the file-level restore process, check the following prerequisites.

General

  • The backup from which you plan to restore data must be successfully created at least once.
  • [For backups stored in network shared folders and on backup repositories] You must have access to the target location where the backup file resides.
  • A user account under which you start the restore operation must have administrative privileges on the Veeam Agent computer. If the account under which you are currently logged on to Microsoft Windows does not have administrative privileges, you will be prompted to enter administrator credentials.

ReFS Restore

If you restore files or folders from a ReFS volume-level backup that was made on another machine, the Veeam Agent computer where you perform restore must run the OS that supports the specific ReFS version. For example, you can restore files from a ReFS 3.x volume only to a computer that runs one of the following OSes:

  • Microsoft Windows 10 version 1709 or later
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2016 or later

NTFS Restore

  • If you restore files or folders from an NTFS volume-level backup that was made on another machine, and Data Deduplication is enabled for some volumes of the backup, the Veeam Agent computer where you perform restore must run the same OS version or later as the backed-up machine OS.
  • If you restore files or folders from an NTFS volume-level backup that was made on another machine, and the allocation unit size of volumes is set to 128K or greater, the Veeam Agent computer where you perform restore must run one of the following OSes:
    • Microsoft Windows 10 version 1709 or later
    • Microsoft Windows Server 2019 or later

 

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