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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!

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Specify the following options in this window:

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* \- Displays time of restore, average network ratio, number of restored bytes, and compression ratio. !Details for Restore Files window.png|border=1!

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If the compressed size is larger than the uncompressed size, the files are sent uncompressed.
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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 Task History] for more information.

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h3. Downloading Files as an Archive

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.
The _Browse Recovery Point_ window displays.



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!

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



5. On the _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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Click *Next*.

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

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