Follow the instructions below to restore a regular Linux user account.
Regular Linux accounts are located in the /home directory. Read more in Protect Linux home directories.
1. Click "Recovery Points" in the Main Menu to open the "Recovery Points" window.
2. Make sure that the "Recovery Points" tab is selected.
3. In the "Recovery Points" list, select a Server from the drop-down menu located on the "Recovery Points" list toolbar.
4. Select a Disk Safe from the drop-down menu located on the "Recovery Points" list toolbar.
5. Click on the "Control Panel Users" icon of the Recovery Point.
6. A "Control Panel Users" window with a list of Linux accounts will be opened. This list appears automatically because you created only one Instance: Linux Home Directories. For more information, see Protect Linux home directories.
You can filter the listed items by State using the "Verified" and "Not Found" check-boxes located on the toolbar.
7. Choose all accounts or one/several specific one(s).
Note that the user's path shown in the Username column is similar to this template: /home/<username>
6. The next step is to choose a desired restore method:
- You can restore the account as an archive. Then follow the instructions described in Download control panel user data as an archive.
- You can send the archive containing the Linux accounts' data to the Server. Then follow the instructions described in Send control panel account backup to Control Panel Home.