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Metalogix Backup for SharePoint 6.6 - User Guide

Product Overview Getting Started Configuring Metalogix Backup for SharePoint
Opening the Management Console Connecting a standalone Management Console to the Management Service Configuring Metalogix Backup for SharePoint for your farm Managing the Backup Service Managing farms Configuring fault tolerance Managing self-service recovery Managing preferences Managing alerts Managing backup set disk space Importing a Repository Database
Reviewing backup status Backing up and restoring farm components Restoring granular objects

Restoring List items and documents

Follow the following steps to restore list items and documents:

1.In the Management Console, select Granular Restore from the bottom left panel.
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2.Select a list item or document to restore and then do one of the following in order to begin restoring:

oSelect a farm in the left pane and then select Mounted Databases in the left pane.
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In the top right hand ribbon click the Restore tab.
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oIn the top menu panel click Go and then Restore.
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3. In the Welcome panel, click Next.

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4.On the Restore panel, review the objects to restore, then click Next to continue. If you want to overwrite all the objects that will be restored, then select Overwrite Data.
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5.On the Target panel, specify the target location for where you want your restore to occur (this option is only available when you performan an out-of-place restore, or a restore to a local folder). You can specify a target in the search field when you have a large number of targets. When you have located and selected the appropriate target, click Next.
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6.On the Item Options panel, you get the following options:
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·Copy versions for List Items and Documents: This option allows including major and/or minor versions of the content. Versioning must be enabled on the target destination.

oBy default Copy all versions is selected.

oIf the end user wants to copy just some versions, they must check select Number of versions to copy instead and enter the amount of versions to be used during the restore.

Click Next.

8.On the Permissions panel, specify the permission options for the restore.
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·Copy Item Permissions: Unique permissions to the specific list or library items are going to be restored. This option is not checked by default.

9.On the Summary panel, review the restore settings, then click Restore.
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Restoring Folders

Follow the following steps to restore folders:

1.In the Management Console, select Granular Restore from the bottom left panel.
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2.Select a folder to restore and then do one of the following in order to begin restoring:

oSelect a farm in the left pane and then select Mounted Databases in the left pane.
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In the top right hand ribbon click the Restore tab, and click the Restore button.
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oIn the top menu panel click Go and then Restore.
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3.In the Welcome panel, click Next.

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4.On the Restore panel, review the objects to restore, then click Next to continue. If you want to overwrite all the objects that will be restored, then select Overwrite Data.
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5.On the Target panel, specify the target location for where you want your restore to occur (this option is only available when the restore is done out-of-place or to a local folder). You can specify a target in the search field when you have a large number of targets. When you have located and selected the appropriate target, click Next.
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6.On the Folder Options panel, you get the following options:
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·Rename Folder: Gives a new name to the folder on the target destination. The checkbox must be checked and a correct folder name must be typed in the text box.

·Copy Folder Items and Documents: This option allows folder items and documents to be copied. This option is checked by default.

·Copy Versions for Folder Items and Documents: This option allows  the inclusion of major and/or minor versions of the content. Versioning must be enabled on the target destination. This option is checked by default.

oBy default Copy all versions is selected.

oIf the end user wants to copy only some versions, they must check the radio button Number of versions to copy and enter the number of versions to be used during restore.

Click Next.

7.On the Permissions panel, specify which permissions you would like to copy:
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·Copy Item Permissions: Unique permissions to the specific list or library items are going to be restored. This option is not checked by default.

·Copy Folder Permissions: Unique permissions for the folder and child folders are going to be restored. This option is not checked by default, you can choose to copy items, folders, and list permissions.

Click Next.

8.On the Summary panel, review the restore settings, then click Restore.
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Restoring Lists and Libraries

Follow the following steps to restore lists and libraries:

1.In the Management Console, select Granular Restore from the bottom left panel.
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2.Select a list or library to restore and then do one of the following in order to begin restoring:

oSelect a farm in the left pane and then select Mounted Databases in the left pane.
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In the top right hand ribbon click the Restore tab.
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oIn the top menu panel click Go and then Restore.
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3.The Restore wizard appears when you click Restore in the Restore panel in the Management Console. In the Welcome panel, click Next.

4.On the Restore panel, review the objects to restore, then click Next to continue. If you want to overwrite all the objects that will be restored, then select Overwrite Data.
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5.On the Target panel, specify the target location for where you want your restore to occur (this option is only available when the restore is done out-of-place or to a local folder). You can specify a target in the search field when you have a large number of targets. When you have located and selected the appropriate target, click Next.
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6.On the List Options panel you get to select from the following options:
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·Rename List: Gives a new name to the list on the target destination. The check box must be checked and a correct name for a list must be typed into the text box.

·Copy List Items and Documents: Include the content of the selected site to be restored on the destination. If this option is not checked, then just the basic structure for a site will be restored.

·Copy Versions for the List Items and Documents: This option allows users to include major and/or minor versions of the content. For this option to work, versioning must be enabled on the target destination.

oBy default Copy all versions is selected.

oIf the end user wants to copy just some versions, they must check the radio button Number of versions to copy and enter the number of version to be used on the restore.

Click Next.

7.On the Permissions panel you get to select from the following options:
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·Copy item Permissions: Permissions unique to the specific list or library items are going to be restored.

·Copy Folder Permissions: Permissions unique to the folder and child folders are going to be restored.

·Copy List Permissions: Permissions unique to the list are going to be restored.

Click Next.

8.In the Summary panel, review the restore settings, then click Restore.
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Restoring Sites or Web Sites

Follow the following steps to restore sites and web sites:

1.In the Management Console, select Granular Restore from the bottom left panel.
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2.Select a Site or Site Collection to restore, then do one of the following in order to begin restoring:

oSelect a farm in the left pane and then select Mounted Databases in the left pane.
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In the top right hand ribbon click the Restore tab.
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oIn the top menu panel click Go and then Restore.
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3.The Restore wizard appears when you click Restore in the Restore panel in the Management Console. In the Welcome panel, click Next.

4.On the Restore panel, review the objects to restore, then click Next to continue. If you want to overwrite all the objects that will be restored, then select Overwrite Data.
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5.On the Target panel, specify the target location for where you want your restore to occur (this option is only available when the restore is done out-of-place or to a local folder). You can specify a target in the search field when you have a large number of targets. When you have located and selected the appropriate target, click Next.
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6.On the Site Options panel, you can choose from the following options:
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·Rename Site: Gives a new name for the Site on the destination. If this option is checked, the text box on the right is enabled and then a valid name for a site has to be entered.

·Copy Child Site Recursively: This option allows child Sites to be copied recursively, down through any existing levels.

Click Next.

7.On the List Options panel, you can choose from the following options:
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·Copy List Items and Documents: Include the content of the selected site to be restored on the destination. If this option is not checked, then just the basic structure for a site will be restored.

·Copy Versions for Lists Items and Documents: This option allows users to include major and/or minor versions of the content. For this feature to work, versioning must be enabled on the target destination.

oBy default Copy all versions is selected.

oIf the end user wants to copy just some versions, they must check the radio button Number of versions to copy and enter the number of version to use on the restore.

Click Next.

8.On the Permissions panel, you can choose from the following options:
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·Copy item Permissions: Permissions unique to the specific list or library items are going to be restored.

·Copy Folder Permissions: Permissions unique to the folder and child folders are going to be restored.

·Copy List Permissions: Permissions unique to the list are going to be restored.

Click Next.

9.On the Workflow Options panel, you can choose whether you would like to preserve list workflow associations. By selecting Preserve List Workflow Associations, you are choosing to keep Workflow content types on the content being copied. Click Next.
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10.On the Summary panel, review the restore settings, then click Restore.
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