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Metalogix Backup for SharePoint 6.9 - User Guide

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1.In the File Location step, click Add to add a backup file. You may add multiple backup files but they must be on the same content database. Click Next.
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2.In the Options step, enter a Content Database Mount Name, and a Content Database Mount Description. Select the location for the SQL data files from the drop down list, and enter the Password and/or Media Password for any backups that were created with passwords. Click Next to continue.

3.In the Target Farm step, select the target farm. Click Next.

4.In the Summary step, click Mount to mount the BAK File.

5.You can now view the mount operation details of the mounted content database from the Overview tab and view the contents of the backup set from the Import and Mount tab.

 

Mounting a SQL Server Data and Log (MDF/LDF) File

The SQL Server Data and Log (MDF/LDF) File option allows you to mount content databases from data (MDF) and log (LDF) files.

In order to Mount a SQL Server Data and Log File, do the following:

1.From the Management Console workspace selector click Granular Restore.

2.Launch the Content Database Mount and Link Wizard by doing one of the following:

·Click the Overview tab and then click Mount and Link Content Database from the ribbon.

·Click the Import and Mount tab and choose the Mount and Link Content Database from the ribbon.

3.Click Next in the Content Database Mount and Link Wizard Welcome step. The Source Type step appears. Select SQL Server Data and Log File (MDF/LDF) File as the content database source type.

4.Click Next. The Target SQL Server step appears.

a.Enter the name of a SQL Server, or click Browse and select a SQL Server.

b.For authentication, either use the Backup Service credentials or enter the server's credentials.

5.Click Next. The File Location step appears. Click Add to add Data and Log files.

6.Click Next. The Options step appears. Enter a name for the content database and a description. If the backup was created using Microsoft SQL Server Filestream, select the checkbox Filestream folder path and specify the location.

7.Click Next. The Target Farm step appears. Select the target farm.

8.Click Next. The Summary Page, click Mount to mount the MDF/LDF File.

9.You can now view the mount operation details of the mounted content database from the Overview tab and view the contents of the backup set from the Import and Mount tab.

 

Mounting SharePoint Full Farm Backup

The SharePoint Full Farm Backup option allows you to mount backups taken by SharePoint from Central Administration or Powershell (Backup-SPFarm). These backups usually contain multiple .BAK files so you must select the folder that contains all the backup files.

To mount a SharePoint Full Farm Backup, do the following:

1.From the Management Console workspace selector click Granular Restore.

2.Launch the Content Database Mount and Link Wizard by doing one of the following:

·Click the Overview tab and then click Mount and Link Content Database from the ribbon.

·Click the Import and Mount tab and click Mount and Link Content Database from the ribbon.

3.Click Next in the Content Database Mount and Link Wizard Welcome step. The Source Type step appears. Select SharePoint Full Farm Backup as the content database source type.

4.Click Next. The Target SQL Server step appears.

a.Enter the name of a SQL Server, or click Browse and select a SQL Server.

b.For authentication, either use the Backup Service credentials or enter the server's credentials.

5.Click Next. In the File Location step, enter the Backup Directory Location that contains the SharePoint Full Farm Backup. Select a Metalogix Backup for SharePoint set from the drop down list. Select the Content Database that you wish to mount.

6.Click Next. In the Options step, give the content database mount a name and a description. If the backup was created using Microsoft SQL Server Filestream, select the check box Filestream folder path and specify the location.

7.Click Next. In the Staging Path step, select the network location that will be your staging path. The staging path used must be located on a machine where the Backup Service user is a local administrator, otherwise you cannot mount the database.

8.Click Next. In the Target Farm step, select the target farm.

9.Click Next. In the Summary step, click Mount in order to mount the SharePoint Full Farm Backup.

10.You can now view the mount operation details of the mounted content database from the Overview tab and view the contents of the backup set from the Import and Mount tab.

 

Linking to a SQL Server Content Database

The SQL Server Content Database option allows you to link directly to an existing SQL database that is already mounted.

In order to Mount a SQL Content Database, do the following:

1.From the Management Console workspace selector click Granular Restore.

2.Launch the Content Database Mount and Link Wizard by doing one of the following:

·Click the Overview tab and then click Mount and Link Content Database from the ribbon.

·Click the Import and Mount tab and click Mount and Link Content Database from the ribbon.

3.Click Next in the Content Database Mount and Link Wizard Welcome step. The Source Type step appears. Select Link to Content Database as the content database source type.

4.Click Next. The Content Database step appears.

a.Enter the name of a SQL Server, or click Browse and select a SQL Server.

b.Either use the Backup Service credentials or enter the server's credentials.

c.Click Populate to populate the drop down list of available content databases. Select a content database from the drop down list.

5.Click Next. The Options step appears. Enter a content database link name and a description. If the backup was created using Microsoft SQL Server Filestream, select the check box Filestream folder path and specify the location.

6.Click Next. The Target Farm step appears. Select the target farm.

7.Click Next. The Summary step appears. Click Mount to mount and link the content database.

8.You can now view the mount operation details of the linked content database from the Overview tab and view the contents of the linked database from the Import and Mount tab.

 

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