Step 3. Select Remote Storage Type

The Network Storage step of the wizard is available if you have chosen to restore data from a backup file that resides in a remote location — in a network shared folder, on a backup repository or a cloud repository.

Select where the backup file is located:

  • Shared folder — select this option if the backup file resides in a network shared folder. With this option selected, you will pass to the Shared Folder step of the wizard.
  • Veeam backup repository — select this option if the backup file resides on a backup repository managed by a Veeam backup server. With this option selected, you will pass to the Backup Server step of the wizard.
  • Veeam Cloud Connect repository — select this option if the backup file resides on a cloud repository exposed to you by a Veeam Cloud Connect service provider. With this option selected, you will pass to the Service Provider step of the wizard.
  • Microsoft OneDrive — select this option if the backup file resides in the Microsoft OneDrive cloud storage. With this option selected, you will pass to the Microsoft OneDrive step of the wizard.

 

Step 3. Select Remote Storage Type Note:

Consider the following:

  • The Microsoft OneDrive option is not available if the Veeam Agent computer runs a Microsoft Windows Server OS.
  • The Veeam Cloud Connect repository option is also available at the Network Storage step of the wizard. However, for the Free product edition, you cannot store backups on a Veeam Cloud Connect repository. As a result, the restore process for the backup stored on a cloud repository is not described in this guide.

Step 3. Select Remote Storage Type

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