File Redirection restore options
Backup Exec defaults to restoring data to the resource from which the data originated. You can redirect a restore job to any protected server or share.
See Restoring data by setting job properties.
Table: File Redirection restore options
Specifies target paths or resources other than where the data was originally backed up.
Designates the destination for the restored data. Click the button (...) to view local and network drives.
Displays the current logon account being used by the server. If you need to use another logon account, click
, and then select or create another account.
See Creating a new Backup Exec System Logon Account.
Click to clear this field.
Specifies the target path on the device listed in the Restore Job Properties - Settings - General dialog box. If the option is not selected, all of the data will be restored to the path designated in this field. field. If you want to retain the original directory structure, make sure that the option is selected in the
Displays the logon account required for the target path. If you need to use another logon account, click , and then select or create another account. Click to clear this field.
Creates one or more Microsoft Virtual Hard Disk files from the redirected data. This option is only available on computers with Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 or later.
See About redirecting restore jobs to native Microsoft Virtual Hard Disk (VHD) files.
Creates one Microsoft Virtual Hard Disk file for each backup set you want to restore.
Creates one Microsoft Virtual Hard Disk file into which Backup Exec merges all of the files and folders that are contained in the backup sets.
Designates the name of the Microsoft Virtual Hard Disk file you selected to create.