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You can configure the default settings to automatically unpack backups upon their creation. These settings will apply to all new Computer Collections.
In the console tree, select the Recovery Manager for Active Directory console tree root.
On the Action menu, click Settings.
Specify settings on the Unpacked Backups tab. For more information, see Unpacked Backups tab (global settings) subsection in Settings.
When finished, click OK.
For each Computer Collection, you can override the default (global) settings and configure individual settings to automatically unpack backups.
In the Recovery Manager Console tree, expand Computer Collections to select the Computer Collection.
On the Action menu, click Properties.
Specify settings on the Unpacked Backups tab. For more information, see Unpacked Backups tab subsection in Properties for an existing Computer Collection.
When finished, click OK.
You can manually unpack a backup by using the Online Restore Wizard or the Online Restore Wizard for AD LDS (ADAM). When you select the Backups/Active Directory or Backups/AD LDS (ADAM) node in the console tree, the details pane displays the registered Active Directory® or AD LDS (ADAM) backups, respectively.
Do one of the following:
To unpack an Active Directory backup, start the Online Restore Wizard: select the console tree root, and then on the main menu select Action | Online Restore Wizard.
To unpack an AD LDS (ADAM) backup, start the Online Restore Wizard for AD LDS (ADAM): select the console tree root, and then on the main menu select Action | Online Restore Wizard for AD LDS (ADAM).
Follow the instructions in the wizard until you reach the Backup Selection page.
On the Backup Selection page, select the backup you want to unpack, and then click Next.
On the Backup Data Preparation page, select the Keep extracted data after completing the wizard check box, click Next, and then click Cancel.
In the message box, click Yes to exit the wizard.
Unpacked backup components (data) can occupy a significant amount of disk space, therefore it is recommended to delete the unpacked backup components you no longer need.
In the console tree, select the Backups/Active Directory or Backups/AD LDS (ADAM) node.
In the details pane, select the backup whose unpacked components you want to delete, and then click Delete Unpacked Components on the Action menu.
This only deletes the unpacked data, not the backup itself.
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