Rapid Recovery 6.1 offers the feature to search for individual files in recovery points and restore them to a local folder on the Core machine while preserving the directory structure.
This feature can be handy in cases of:
To access this feature, open the Core UI.
The feature searches in the specified volume images (from latest to oldest) in the specified directory (the default is the root of the volume). Because the feature continues to search through recovery points and locations even after the requested file is found, you can pause or stop a search before it completes. You can run multiple searches simultaneously, but you cannot begin them at the same time. For example, to find another file, you can begin a second search while the first search is still in progress. However, you can only search one protected machine at a time.
After you find the file, you can restore it directly from the File Search page. The file search and restore feature limits restoring capabilities to only locations on the Core. You cannot restore a file to a protected machine.
For more information, please review the User Guide and the section, "About the file search and restore feature."