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File Version Restore / All Versions

Use this dialog box to restore one version or all versions of a single file that is available within the specified Browse dates.

All the options described on this help page may not be available. The dialog box displays only the options that are applicable to the agent for which the information is being displayed.

The following information is displayed for each available version of the file or object. Note that when viewing multiple versions of a file, the versions are listed from the most recent at the top of the list to the oldest at the bottom.

  • Modified

    Lists the date and time that the file or object was last modified.

  • Version

    Lists the version number of the file or object.

  • Size

    Lists the size (in bytes) of the file or object.

  • Backup Time

    Identifies the date and time when the identified version of the file or object was backed up.

Restore

Click to restore the selected file or object version.

Restore All

Click to restore all the versions of the file.

The uniqueness of each version is retained by appending the version number to the file name.

On Windows:

Files are named, for example, file1,1.txt, file1,2.txt etc. Note that file1,1.txt would be the most recent version, while file1,2.txt would be the next recent version and so on.

On UNIX:

Files are named, for example, file1.txt,1, file1.txt,2 etc. Note that file1.txt,1 would be the most recent version, while file1.txt,2 would be the next recent version and so on.

  • For SharePoint Document, instead of the behavior described above, Restore All will restore all versions of a multi-versioned document to a Version Enabled Library.
  • For Documentum, instead of the behavior described above, Restore All will restore all versions of a multi-versioned document to a Documentum Content Server.