Step 2. Configure Restore Settings

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    At the Instances step of the wizard, add instances to the restore session, exclude EBS volumes that you do not want to restore and select a restore point to be used to perform the restore operation for each selected instance.

    By default, Veeam Backup for AWS uses the most recent valid restore point. However, you can restore the EBS volumes to an earlier state.

    Important

    If you select a restore point stored in an archive repository and the same restore point is also available in a standard repository, Veeam Backup for AWS will display the Confirmation Restore window. To proceed, choose whether you want to use the archived or standard restore point to perform the restore operation.

    To select a restore point:

    1. Select the EC2 instance.
    2. Click Restore Point.
    3. In the Choose restore point window, select the necessary restore point and click Apply.

    To help you choose a restore point, Veeam Backup for AWS provides the following information on each available restore point:

    • Date — the date when the restore point was created.
    • Size — the size of the restore point.
    • Type — the type of the restore point:
    • Snapshot — a cloud-native snapshot created by a backup policy.
    • Replica — a snapshot replica created by a backup policy.
    • Manual Snapshot — a cloud-native snapshot created manually.
    • Backup — an image-level backup created by a backup policy.
    • Archive — an archived backup created by a backup policy.
    • Storage Class — a storage class of the backup repository where the restore point is stored (for image-level backups).
    • Restore Point Region — an AWS Region where the restore point is stored (for cloud-native snapshots and snapshot replicas).
    • IAM Role — an IAM role used to create the restore point (for cloud-native snapshots and snapshot replicas).

    Step 2. Configure Restore Settings