Restoring data by setting job properties
|Article:HOWTO23121|||||Created: 2010-01-01|||||Updated: 2011-05-04|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO23121|
See Filtering jobs.
Depending on your file system environment, byte counts for restored data may not match the byte count recorded when the data was backed up. This is normal and does not mean that files were excluded in the restore job.
To restore data by setting job properties
To change or test the logon credentials for the selected resources
To redirect this job to another system other than the one from which the data was backed up
In the Properties pane, under Destination, do any of the following:
Click File Redirection to redirect file sets.
Select the name of an agent or option to redirect specific agent data.
To set general options for the restore job
To set advanced options for the restore job
In the Properties pane, under Settings, click Advanced.
To specify a local network to be used for this restore job
In the Properties pane, click Network and Security, and then enter the network information.
To set commands to run before or after the job
In the Properties pane, under Settings, click Pre/Post Commands.
To configure restore options for an agent or option
In the Properties pane, under Settings, select the name of the agent.
See SQL restore options.
See Oracle restore options .
See DB2 restore options.
To configure Backup Exec to notify someone when the restore job completes
In the Properties pane, under Settings, click Notification.
To run the backup job now
Click Run Now.
To schedule the backup job for later
In the Properties pane, under Frequency, click Schedule.
See Schedule options.
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