11. Data recovery from the data backup

 
11.1. To manage the created data backup points, click on menu Policies, then in the appropriate policy column click on Server Backup Manager, which is visible in Manager column, then Recovery Points, choose the appropriate server and Disk-safe database.
 
11.2. More information about the management of the recovery points: http://wiki.r1soft.com/display/ServerBackup/Manage+recovery+points
 
11.3. Individual file and folders recovery manual: http://wiki.r1soft.com/display/ServerBackup/Restore+files
 
11.4. Recovering of the MS SQL Server functionality: http://wiki.r1soft.com/display/ServerBackup/Restore+SQL+Server
 
11.5. Recovering of the  MS Exchange Server functionality: http://wiki.r1soft.com/display/ServerBackup/Restore+Microsoft+Exchange
 
11.6. Recovering of the MySQL Server functionality: http://wiki.r1soft.com/display/ServerBackup/Restore+MySQL
 
11.7. Full-server functionality recovery manual: (as an example, in the next steps is shown recovery of full virtual server with  MS Windows Server 2008R2, which is located in https://my.cloudy.services/client portal): http://wiki.r1soft.com/display/ServerBackup/Perform+a+bare-metal+restore
 
11.8. If it is necessary to recover the existing VM, then in the appropriate instance execute the command Rebuild VM. If you want to recover virtual server functionality to a new VM, then in the Instances menu choose Add Instance. In the first step check off ISO , then press Next, in the Community menu choose IDERA - Server Backup Centos Boot CD – agent (if the server, which need to recover, is located outside of the Tcloud cloud infrastructure, then Agent loading virtual disk is available  http://agent.backup.cloudy.services/Disaster_Recovery_Boot_Media/   ). Press Next , choose the appropriate computing resources. On the fourth step choose system disk size, which can’t be less than system disk, where is located the OS installation of the protected server. Press Next . On the 6 step choose network, where the recovered server will be located.  Press Next .  Enter VM Name, press Launch VM.  In VM console make sure that the Agent download was successful.
 
11.9. In Network menu in Firewall settings open the 1167 port, as well as in Port Forwarding  section set the firewall rule, which allows the connection to the appropriate server with port 1167.
 
11.10. Complete authentification at https://backup.cloudy.services. Open Disk Safes menu, on the the restored server click Server Backup Manager.
 
11.11. Open Recovery Points menu. Choose server you need to restore in Server field.  Choose the appropriate Disk Safe, on the appropriate restoring point click to Bare Metal Restore icon.
 
11.12. Press Next. In Choose Filesystems menu choose which logical disks you need to restore, Press Next.
 
11.13. In Host menu specify the server to which should be restored data.  Press Next.
 
11.14. In Restore Storage Configuration choose Select Storage Configuration to Restore, press Next. In Choose Partition Tables choose Select Partition Tables to Restore, press Next. In Select Partition Tables specify the appropriate restoring disk table, press Next. In  Map Partition Tables choose disk, to which logical disk table should be restored, press Next. 
In Restore Partition Tables click on Restore Partition Tables. After the successful notification press OK.
 
11.15. In Map Filesystems specify where each renewable disk will be restored, press Next.
 
11.16. In Restore Options check if it’s necessary to restart server after the server restoring, as well as check a file system Press Next.
 
11.17. In Summary click to Restore.
 
11.18. After the successful server restoring check server operating functionality.