Restore Options (General)
Use this dialog box to control how the specified data is to be restored.
- Restore Destination
- Destination Client
- The client computer where the restore operation will restore the data. From the list, select the original or different client computer.
- Restore Options
- Restore to same database
Restores the database to the same client from which it is backed up (in-place restore).
- Only for VSS Restore
- Restore to another database
In a DAG environment, restores the database stores to an active copy to a different database on the same Exchange server, or to an active copy in a different Exchange server within the same Exchange organization.
For VSS-enabled backups, restore the database stores to a different storage group, including Recovery Storage Groups (Exchange 2007), or a database, including a Recovery Database (Exchange 2010 or later) on the same Exchange server, or to a different Exchange server within the same Exchange organization.
- Out of place restore to file location
Restores the database stores to a physically different location on disk (that is, a non-Exchange location).
- Without recovery
- When this option is selected, the transaction logs are not replayed after the restore.
- Destination List
The list at the bottom of the dialog box provides options for out-of-place restores.
- Source DB
- A list of information stores on the client. You can select the stores from where you want to restore data.
- Destination DB/Out of Place Location
Restore to another database is selected, double-clicking the
.. button beside the corresponding source database opens a dialog box that allows you to choose the destination database.
When Out of place restore to file location is selected, double-clicking the .. button beside the corresponding source database opens a dialog box that allows you to browse to a destination location.
Click to select additional restore options.Save As Script
Click to open the Save As Script dialog, which allows you to save this operation and the selected options as a script file (in XML format). The script can later be executed from the Command Line Interface using qoperation execute command.
When you save an operation as a script, each option in the dialog will have a corresponding XML parameter in the script file. When executing the script, you can modify the value for any of these XML parameters as per need.