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Exploring Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 Backups

You can explore the backup content by invoking the Explore command on the following objects:

Backup Job  

To explore the backup content created with a backup job, right-click the backup job and select either of the following options:

Exploring Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 Backups

Organization

To explore the backup content created for an organization, right-click the organization node and select either of the following options:

Exploring Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 Backups

All Organizations in the Scope

To explore the backup content created for all organizations added to the scope, right-click the root Organizations node and select either of the following options:

Exploring Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 Backups

Explore Point-in-time State

The Explore point-in-time state option allows you to choose between the latest available state and the particular point-in-time state. When using the latter option, you can select the particular date using the calendar control.

You can also select Show items that have been deleted by user and/or Show all versions of items that have been modified by user checkboxes to view historic data.

To display historic data, Veeam uses other restore points from the repository. Such restore points keep data as per the backup date. If items had been deleted or modified by the user prior to the initial execution of a backup job or during the execution of a backup job, no historic data will be available. The reason is that the backup repository contains the most recent version of the backup file.

Exploring Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 Backups

Click Finish to launch Veeam Explorer for Microsoft Exchange. For more information on working with the backup data using Veeam Explorer for Microsoft Exchange, see Processing Microsoft Exchange Backups.

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