Step 4. Specify Target Server

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    At this step of the wizard, specify credentials to access the target Oracle server.

    Windows-Based Oracle Server

    For a Windows-based Oracle server, do the following:

    1. In the Server name field, specify the name of the Oracle server to which you want to restore data.
    2. Under the Specify user account to connect specify credentials that will be used to connect to the specified server.

    Consider the following:

    • The user account must be a member of the local Administrator group and have sysdba privileges.
    • The user account must be granted appropriate permissions to access Oracle databases (Read and Write are minimum required, Full Control is recommended).
    • To copy archived logs to the specified server, the user account must be granted sufficient permissions to access the administrative share.

    Step 4. Specify Target Server 

    Linux-Based Oracle Server

    For a Linux-based Oracle server, do the following:

    1. In the Server drop-down list, specify an Oracle server to which you want to restore data. You can specify the DNS name of the target Oracle server or select an Oracle server from the list.
    2. In the SSH port field, specify the port number of the selected Oracle server.
    3. In the Account filed, specify an account under which to connect to the specified server.
    4. In the Password field, enter the password.
    5. If a private key is required to connect to the selected server, do the following:
    • Select the Private key is required for this connection check box.
    • In the Private key filed, specify a key.

    To select a key, click Browse and select a key.

    • In the Passphrase field, enter the passphrase.

    Consider that the user account must be a member of the dba group.

    Restoring Linux-Based Oracle Server

    Use the native Veeam Explorer for Oracle abilities to elevate your account to root and add it to the sudoers file. To do this, click Advanced and select corresponding check boxes.

    Restoring Linux-Based Oracle Server