Veeam Backup for AWS 1.0
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Step 7. Stop Restore Session

You can browse and save files and folders of the backed-up EC2 instance while the restore session is running.

After you finish working with files and folders, it is recommended that you stop the restore session. When you stop the restore session, Veeam Backup for AWS unmounts volumes of the backed-up EC2 instance from the worker instance and removes the worker instance from Amazon EC2.

To stop a restore session, complete the following steps:

  1. In the configuration menu on the left, click Protected Data.
  2. Select the check box next to the EC2 instance for which the restore session is running.

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

  1. Click the FLR link in the File Level Recovery URL column.

Step 7. Stop Restore Session 

  1. In the FLR Running Sessions window, select the necessary restore session and click the Stop Restore Session link.

Step 7. Stop Restore Session 

Alternatively, you can stop restore sessions in the Sessions Log view. For details, see Reporting.

Step 7. Stop Restore Session Note:

If you haven't performed any action in the Veeam Backup browser for 30 minutes, Veeam Backup for AWS stops the restore session automatically.

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