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h2. Exporting Files from a Recovery Point
In CDP, you can download the files from a [Recovery Point|Recovery Points] as a {color:blue}tar{color} or a {color:blue}zip{color} archive. Follow the instructions below.

In CDP 3.12 you can download the files from a [Recovery Point|Recovery Points] as a {color:blue}tar{color} or a {color:blue}zip{color} archive. Follow the instructions below.

1. Open the Web browser connected to the CDP Server 3.0 Web Interface and log in. (See [CDP3:Accessing Standard Edition Web Interface], [Accessing Enterprise Edition Web Interface], [CDP3:Accessing Advanced Edition Web Interface].)

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21. Click on "Recovery Points" in the Main Menu to open the "Recovery Points" window.
|| Standard Edition || Enterprise Edition || Advanced Edition ||
| !menu-recp-st.png! | !menu-recpoints.png! | !menurecoverypointadva.png! |
32. {color:#ff3300}{*}Enterprise Edition{*}{color}: In the "Recovery Points" list, select an Agent from the drop-down menu located on the "Recovery Points" list toolbar.
|| Enterprise Edition | !rec1.png! ||
43. Select a Disk Safe from the drop-down menu located on the "Recovery Points" list toolbar.
|| Standard Edition | !rec_points_3_10.png! ||
|| Advanced, Enterprise Edition | !rec2.png! ||
54. Find a Recovery Point and click on the "Browse" icon in the "Actions" column for this Recovery Point.
|| Standard Edition | !rec_points__bro_3_10.png! ||
|| Advanced, Enterprise Edition | !rec3.png! ||
{info:title=Tip}To find a Recovery Point, you can use the Basic and Advanced List Filters. See [CDP3:Customizing the Recovery Points List].
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65. The "Browse Recovery Point" window opens.

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See also: [CDP3:Browsing Recovery Points].

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

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87. The "Download Stored Files" wizard will appear. Familiarize yourself with the introductory information and click "Next" to proceed with generating the archive for downloading.

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98. On the "Archive Type" screen, select the type of the archive file. The following options are available:
* *Download files as a tar archive* \- Allows you to download data as a {color:blue}tar{color} file. This would be more preferable for Linux users. 
* *Compress tar archive with gzip* \- Check this box to compress the {color:blue}tar{color} archive with gzip compression.
Click "Next."

10. 9. On the next "Archive 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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Click "Next."

110. On the last "Summary" screen, the settings you have selected are listed.

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Click "Download" to obtain the archive. {excerpt:hidden=true}Instructions on how to restore or export data from Recovery Points in CDP 3.0.{excerpt} CDP.{excerpt}