You can view information about the recovery points for the machine as described in the following table.
|Status||Indicates current status of the recovery point.|
|Encrypted||Indicates if the recovery point is encrypted.|
|Contents||Lists the volumes included in the recovery point.|
|Type||Defines a recovery point as either a base image or an incremental (differential) snapshot.|
|Creation Date||Displays the date when the recovery point was created.|
|Size||Displays the amount of space that the recovery point consumes in the repository.|
You can view more detailed information about the contents of the recovery point for the selected machine, as well as access a variety of operations that can be performed on the recovery point, as described in the following table.
|Actions||The Actions menu includes the following operations you can perform on the selected recovery point:
Mount. Select this option to mount the selected recovery point. For more information, see Mounting a recovery point.
Export. By using the Export option, you can export the selected recovery point to ESXi, VMware workstation, Hyper-V, or Virtual Box. For more information, see Exporting data to a virtual machine.
Restore. Select this option to perform a restore from the selected recovery point to a volume you specify. For more information, see Selecting a recovery point and initiating a BMR.
Check. If the protected machine has Exchange Server installed, select this option to force a checksum check or a mountability check. For more information, see About Exchange database mountability checks.
If the protected machine has SQL Server installed, select this option to force an attachability check. For more information, see Forcing a SQL Server attachability check.
|Contents||The Contents area includes a row for each volume in the expanded recovery point, listing the following information for each volume:
Status. Indicates current status of the recovery point.
Title. Lists the specific volume in the recovery point.
Type. Indicates if the specific recovery point is a base image or an incremental (differential) snapshot.
Size. Displays the amount of space that the recovery point consumes in the repository.
You can view information about the selected volume in the expanded recovery point as described in the following table.
|Title||Indicates the specific volume in the recovery point.|
|File System||Indicates the file system type for the selected volume.|
|Raw Capacity||Indicates the amount of raw storage space on the entire volume.|
|Formatted Capacity||Indicates the amount of storage space on the volume that is available for data after the volume is formatted.|
|Used Capacity||Indicates the amount of storage space currently used on the volume.|
In Rapid Recovery, you can mount a recovery point for a Windows machine to access stored data through a local file system.
The Summary page appears for the selected protected machine.
|Local folder||Specify the path used to access the mounted recovery point.
For example, select C:\ProgramData\AppRecovery\MountPoints\ MountPoint1.
|Mount type||Specify the way to access data for the mounted recovery point:|
|Create a Windows share for this Mount||Optionally, select this check box to specify if the mounted recovery point can be shared, and then set access rights to it, including the Share name and Allowed groups.|
Complete the steps in this procedure to dismount recovery points that are mounted on the Core.