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In order to restore a database, follow the instructions below.

1. Open the Web browser connecting to the CDP Server Web Interface and log in. (See [CDP3:Accessing Standard Edition Web Interface], [Accessing Enterprise Edition Web Interface], [CDP3:Accessing Advanced Edition Web Interface].)


21. Click on "Recovery Points" in the Main Menu to open the "Recovery Points" window.
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32. In the "Recovery Points" list, from the horizontal menu select the Agent where MS Exchange is installed and the appropriate Disk Safe to restore from.


43. Then select a Recovery Point to restore from and click on the "Browse" icon in the "Actions" column for this Recovery Point.

{info:title=Tip}To find a Recovery Point, you can use the Basic and Advanced List Filters. See [CDP3:Customizing the Recovery Points List].
54. The "Browse Recovery Point" window opens.

See also: [CDP3:Browsing Recovery Points].

65. Browse to locate the SQL check point file, data and log files (Enn.chk, .mdf & . ldf).


76. Once the files and folders are selected, click on "Restore Selected."


87. The "Restore Files" window will open.

98. Select the Agent where the MS Exchange is installed.

Specify to restore the files to an alternate location as we are later going to attach them to an Exchange Recovery Group.

10. 9. Click "Restore."


110. You can view the Restore Task results in the "Task History."


121. In the "Task History" list, find the Task you want to view the summary for and click it. The "Summary" tab located on the bottom area accumulates general information about the task.