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Step 5. Open Veeam Backup Browser

After the restore session is started, open the Veeam Backup browser to find and restore the necessary files and folders.

You can work with the Veeam Backup browser from your local machine or from another machine.

Opening Veeam Backup Browser on Local Machine

You can open the Veeam Backup browser on your local machine from the FLR Running Sessions window that automatically appears after you start a restore session. To open the Veeam Backup browser, click the link in the URL column.

Step 5. Open Veeam Backup Browser 

If you accidentally closed the FLR Running Sessions window, you can open it in the Protected Data view:

  1. In the configuration menu on the left, click Protected Data.
  2. Find the EC2 instance whose files and folders you want to restore.

You can use the search field to find the EC2 instance by name.

  1. On the right of the necessary EC2 instance, in the File-level Recovery URL column, click the FLR link.

Step 5. Open Veeam Backup Browser 

Opening Veeam Backup Browser on Another Machine

If you do not plan to work with the Veeam Backup browser from your local machine, you can open it on another machine. Mind that the machine must have internet access to the worker instance that hosts the Veeam Backup browser. For details, see Before You Begin.

You can copy the information that is required to open the Veeam Backup browser on another machine. To do that, in the FLR Running Sessions window, click the Copy FLR URL link.

Step 5. Open Veeam Backup Browser 

When you click the Copy FLR URL link, Veeam Backup for AWS saves to the clipboard the following information.

  • url — a link to the Veeam Backup browser. The link includes:
  • Public DNS name of the worker instance hosting the Veeam Backup browser.
  • Authentication information used to access the Veeam Backup browser.
  • thumbprint — a thumbprint of a TLS certificate installed on the worker instance hosting the Veeam Backup browser.

To avoid the man-in-the-middle attack, before you restore files and folders, check that the certificate thumbprint displayed in the web browser from which you access the Veeam Backup browser matches the provided certificate thumbprint.

Step 5. Open Veeam Backup Browser 

 

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