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Restore data with Entreprise Vault

Hi,

I would like restore all archive files to my file server, how can I do?

I found the command: fsautility -t -s \\UNC -l -0 , is correctly?

Thanks

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Correct, you will use the -t

Correct, you will use the -t switch. You can review page 177 of the Utilities Guide for more information: https://support.symantec.com/en_US/article.DOC6282.html

FSAUtility -t -s UNC_path [-D mm-dd-yyyy] -d UNC_path [-e ext_list] [-f] [-l log_level] [-r]

To make sure that any file recalls do not exceed the recall limits, create an Enterprise Vault Backup Operators group in Active Directory, and include in that group the account that is to perform the restore.

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Correct, you will use the -t

Correct, you will use the -t switch. You can review page 177 of the Utilities Guide for more information: https://support.symantec.com/en_US/article.DOC6282.html

FSAUtility -t -s UNC_path [-D mm-dd-yyyy] -d UNC_path [-e ext_list] [-f] [-l log_level] [-r]

To make sure that any file recalls do not exceed the recall limits, create an Enterprise Vault Backup Operators group in Active Directory, and include in that group the account that is to perform the restore.

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Also see: https://support.symantec.com/en_US/article.TECH47861.html for BypassRecallLimitsForAdmins.