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restoring process

Tomorrow i can try to restore some data from last month backup. Anyone please provide me some tips to restore it?

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Read the article. I can guide

Read the article. I can guide you about netbackup restoration process

http://www.symantec.com/connect/articles/netbackup-restoration

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NBU Backup, Archive, and

NBU Backup, Archive, and Restore Getting Started Guide  http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC3642

You need firstly check correct spelling of Client name and the policy type for the client(s) that you need to restore. 
You will need to specify Client name, Policy Type and a date range.
Check in Policy for type and correct spelling of Client name, including case.
CLIENT1 != client1 != client1.fqdn
Source client name must be specified exactly the same as in the Policy that was used to backup client data.

If you need to restore data backed up with a database agent, find the relevant manual for the agent and read through the restore section. Work with the dba.
You can find links to all NBU manuals in 'Handy NBU Links' in my signature.

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Read the article. I can guide

Read the article. I can guide you about netbackup restoration process

http://www.symantec.com/connect/articles/netbackup-restoration

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NBU Backup, Archive, and

NBU Backup, Archive, and Restore Getting Started Guide  http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC3642

You need firstly check correct spelling of Client name and the policy type for the client(s) that you need to restore. 
You will need to specify Client name, Policy Type and a date range.
Check in Policy for type and correct spelling of Client name, including case.
CLIENT1 != client1 != client1.fqdn
Source client name must be specified exactly the same as in the Policy that was used to backup client data.

If you need to restore data backed up with a database agent, find the relevant manual for the agent and read through the restore section. Work with the dba.
You can find links to all NBU manuals in 'Handy NBU Links' in my signature.

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found one doc on web sometime

found one doc on web sometime back...Sharing document for restore if the master server is windows.