/vmRestorePoints/{ID}/mounts/{ID}

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    Represents a mount point resource having the specified ID.

    Mount points are specific Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager objects that provide access to VM guest OS files. The /vmRestorePoints/{ID}/mounts/{ID} resource becomes available only after the client performs file-level restore for the VM by sending the POST HTTP request to the /vmRestorePoints/{ID}/mounts resource. For details, see POST /vmRestorePoints/{ID}/mounts.

    During the restore process, Veeam Backup & Replication mounts VM disks to the backup server. As a result, the VM guest OS files can be accessed through the mount point by the following path: C:\VeeamFLR\<vm-name>. The client can browse the VM guest file system, get the necessary files and folders and restore them.

    The /vmRestorePoints/{ID}/mounts/{ID} resource is available only within the currently existing logon session. After the logon session expires, all created mount points become inaccessible.

    Resource URL

    https://<Enterprise-Manager>:9398/api/vmRestorePoints/{ID}/mounts/{ID}

    Related Resources

    /vmRestorePoints/{ID}

    Methods

    The following methods are supported for the /vmRestorePoints/{ID}/mounts/{ID}} resource:

    Resource Representation

    The /vmRestorePoints/{ID}/mounts/{ID} resource has a resource representation of the following type:

    <VmRestorePointMount xmlns="http://www.veeam.com/ent/v1.0" Type="VmRestorePointMount" Href="https://localhost:9398/api/vmRestorePoints/fb87163e-687d-4006-96c9-0451b5423b85/mounts/1">
     <Links>
       <Link Rel="Delete" Type="VmRestorePointMount" Href="https://localhost:9398/api/vmRestorePoints/fb87163e-687d-4006-96c9-0451b5423b85/mounts/1" />
     </Links>
     <FSRoots>
       <DirectoryEntry Type="DirectoryEntry" Href="https://localhost:9398/api/vmRestorePoints/fb87163e-687d-4006-96c9-0451b5423b85/mounts/1/Volume$0:">
         <Path>Volume$0:</Path>
         <Name>Volume$0:</Name>
       </DirectoryEntry>
       <DirectoryEntry Type="DirectoryEntry" Href="https://localhost:9398/api/vmRestorePoints/fb87163e-687d-4006-96c9-0451b5423b85/mounts/1/C:">
         <Path>C:</Path>
         <Name>C:</Name>
       </DirectoryEntry>
       <DirectoryEntry Type="DirectoryEntry" Href="https://localhost:9398/api/vmRestorePoints/fb87163e-687d-4006-96c9-0451b5423b85/mounts/1/E:">
         <Path>E:</Path>
         <Name>E:</Name>
       </DirectoryEntry>
     </FSRoots>
    </VmRestorePointMount>