A restore may involve anything from a single file to an entire system. The GreyVault graphical user interface lets you select individual files or folders for restoration. There is also a search utility that allows you to scan an entire catalog using a file specification mask that may include wildcards. If you have a catastrophic loss and no operating system, you must first install your base OS, service packs, and network drivers then re-install the GreyVault software. Once this is done, you can connect to the GreyVault servers, recreate your local catalogs and proceed to initiate restores. GreyVault support technicians are always available to assist with an emergency restore.
Articles in this section
- Can I restore to a new computer running a different operating system than I backed up from?
- Is there a charge to restore my data?
- Can I restore to an alternate location to avoid overwriting a file?
- Can I do a "full" recovery including the System State and Active Directory?
- Is there a quicker way than online to restore large volumes of data?
- How do I restore my data?
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