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The _Recovery Points_ window for the protected machine displays. 

3. Find a recovery point in the _Recovery Points_ window, click the corresponding _Actions_ menu, and select *Browse*. !Recovery Points window - Browse.png|border=1!

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If you configured the encryption during [Disk Safe creation|ServerBackupManager:Create Disk Safes], you will be asked to enter the encryption passphrase when you click *Browse*, *Bare Metal Restore*, *Browse Databases*, or *Exchange* in the _Actions_ menu.
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4. The _Browse Recovery Point _window displays. !Browse Recovery Point window.png!
4. The _Browse Recovery Point_ window displays.

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For more information, refer to [Browse recovery points].

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5. Select the check boxes next to the files and folders you want to restore and click the *Restore Selected* button. !Browse Recovery Point window - select check boxes.png!
6. The _Restore Files_ window displays. !Restore Files window.png|border=1!
Specify the following options in this window:

8. The "Restore Files" window will open.
*Restore to Agent*

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9. Specify the following options:
* *Agent* \- Select this option to restore to a protected machine that is already in the system. Connects to the machine named and uses the port configured.
* *Host Name/IP* \- Select this option to connect to a specified hostname and port. This option allows you to restore to a host with a Host Name/IP address that is different than the original host.
* *Port Number -* Enter the port number to used with the Host Name/IP specified.

h6. Restore to the Server (Enterprise Edition)
*Restore to Folder*

* *Server* \- Select this option to restore to a Server that is already in the system. Connects to the Server named and uses the port configured.
* *Host Name/IP* \- Connects to the specified host name and port. This option allows you to Restore to a Host with a Host Name/IP address that is different than the original Host's.
* *Port Number -* Used together with the Host Name/IP.

h6. Restore to Folder

* *Original Location* \- Restores to the same directories as when the Recovery Point was created.
* *Alternate Location* *\-* Specify a path on the Host to Rrestore the files to. The complete path and directory structure of all selected files will be created under the path specified here. If the specified path does not exist, it will be created.
* *Overwrite Existing Files* \- When enabled, any existing files or directories with the same name will be overwritten, even if they are newer.
* *Overwrite Existing Files* \- _(Optional)_ Select this check box to overwrite any existing files or directories with the same name, even if they are newer.

h6. Advanced Options
*Advanced Options*

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All Advanced Options described below are enabled by default.
The Advanced Options are enabled by default.
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* *Use Compression* \- Compression works under the hood using QuickLZ. If the compressed size is larger than the uncompressed size, the files are sent uncompressed.
* *Estimate Restore Size* \- When enabled, you can see the additional "Estimated Restore Size" and "Estimated Object Count" values in the "Reporting" page - "Summary" tab - "Restore Status" area.
* *Restore Discretionary ACLs (File Permissions)* \- When enabled, all permissions of the file being restored are saved during restore.
* *Restore System ACLs (Audit Rules)* \- When enabled, all audit rules of the file being restored are saved during restore.

10. Click on the "Restore" button.
7. Click the *Restore* button to restore the files.

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The _Details for Restore Files_ screen displays the progress of the task. This screen can be closed and reopened from the Dashboard.

11. The "Details for Restore Files" screen displays the progress of the task.

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The "Details for Restore Files" screen can be closed and reopened from the Dashboard.
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The task results can be sent via email as a Report. See [Reporting]. Report. 
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12. Once the file restore is complete, you'll see the "Details for Restore Files" screen with the following information:
* *File Restore Summary* \- Shows if the restore was successful.
8. Once the file restore is complete, the _Details for Restore Files_ screen automatically displays the following information:
* *File Restore Summary* \- Displays a success or failure message, the number of files restored, and the number of files failed (if any).
* *File Restore Statistics* \- Shows Displays time of restore, average network ratio, number of restored bytes, and compression ratio.

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If the compressed size is larger than the uncompressed size, the files are sent uncompressed.
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13. To view the Restore Task details, access the "Task History" menu and click on your last task. See [Access task history].
9. To view the Restore Task details, access the Task History for the protected machine and click your last task. See [Access task history] for more information.

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In the Backup Manager, you can download the files stored in Recovery Points as a {{.tar}} or a {{.zip}} archive. Follow the instructions below.

1. Select the Recovery Point you want to save files from, and click "Browse." See the instructions [above|#recpo].
1. Select the Recovery Point you want to save files from, click the _Actions_ menu and select *Browse*. See the instructions [above|#recpo].

The _Browse Recovery Point _window displays.

2. Check the boxes next to the files or folders you want to download, and click "Download Selected."

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3. The "Download Stored Files" wizard will appear. Familiarize yourself with the introductory information, and click "Next" to proceed with generating the archive for downloading.
2. In the _Browse Recovery Point_ window, select the check boxes next to the files or folders you want to download and click the *Download Selected* button. !Browse Recovery Point window - Download Selected.png!
3. The _Download Stored Files_ wizard displays. Review the introductory information and click *Next* to continue generating the archive for downloading.

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4. On the "File Type" _File Type_ screen, select the type of the archive file. The following options are available:
* *Download files as a tar* \- Allows you Select this option to download data as a {{.tar}} file. This option is preferable for Linux users.
** *Compress tar file with gzip* \- Check this box to compress a {{.tar}} file with gzip compression.
* *Download files as a zip* \- Allows you Select this option to download data as a {{.zip}} file. This option is preferable for Windows users.
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Click "Next." *Next*.

5. On the next "Download Filename" _Download Filename_ screen, define the name of the archive. The following options are available:
* *Use Generated Filename* \- Select this option to generate the file name automatically. The name will be in the following format:
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Example: *cdp-data-2011-07-09-03-00-06.tar.gz*

* *Specify Filename* \- Select this option to input a custom file name in the corresponding _Filename_ field.
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Click "Next." *Next*.

6. On the last "Summary" screen, the settings you have selected are listed.
6. On the _Summary_ screen, review the settings you have selected and click the *Download* button to obtain the archive.

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Click "Download" to obtain the archive.
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