What you can do with Backup Exec System Recovery Manager
Backup Exec System Recovery Manager lets you work from a remote location to back up and recover Windows-based computers, convert recovery points to virtual disks, and manage recovery points.
The following table describes the most frequently used tasks.
Table: What you can do with Backup Exec System Recovery Manager
Define backups, offsite copy locations, and recovery point storage locations
Define daily, weekly, monthly, or quarterly backup jobs, and assign them to one or more computers.
Create full independent recovery points or recovery point sets with incrementals.
Define and enable an offsite copy location to copy your latest, complete recovery points to either a local hard drive on the client computer, a remote server in your network, or to a remote FTP server.
Define recovery point destinations on a network share or on a local drive on the client computer.
Use your existing installation of Symantec Backup Exec™ for Windows Servers to back up recovery point storage locations on a network to tape media.
Recover files, folders, or entire drives
Allow users to retrieve their own files and folders using the Backup Exec Retrieve Web page.
Retrieve email, folders, entire mailboxes, SharePoint documents, or lost files and folders using the Backup Exec Granular Restore Option.
Remotely recover a data drive on a client computer.
Remotely recover a system drive on a client computer that is bootable, using LightsOut Restore.
Convert recovery points to virtual disks
Remotely delete recovery points
Remotely administer server, desktop, and laptop computers remotely
Troubleshoot and resolve jobs remotely.
Build and deploy Easy Installers to install Backup Exec System Recovery products and options such as LightsOut Restore and Backup Exec Granular Restore Option.
Monitor the overall status of recovery points for an entire network of Windows computers.