Specifying Advanced Restore Settings for a Nonauthoritative Restore

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The Advanced settings in the Backup Or Restore Wizard vary, depending on the type of backup media from which you are restoring.

To specify advanced restore settings for a nonauthoritative Active Directory restore, complete the following steps:
1. On the Where to Restore page, in the Restore Files To list, select the target location for the data that you are restoring. The choices in the list are the following:
Original Location—Replaces corrupted or lost data. This is the default and must be selected to restore Active Directory.Alternate Location—Restores an older version of a file to a folder you designate.Single Folder—Consolidates the files from a tree structure into a single folder. For example, use this option if you want copies IT Exams f specific files but do not want to restore the hierarchical structure of the files.Note If you select either an alternate location or a single folder, you must also provide the path to the location or folder.

2. Click Next.
3.On the How to Restore page, select how you want to restore the system state data rom the following: eave Existing Files (Recommended)—Prevents accidental overwriting of existing data. This is the default.Replace Existing Files If They Are Older CompTIA Certification han The Backup Files—Verifies that the most recent copy exists on the computer.

Replace Existing Files—Windows Backup does not provide a confirmation message if it encounters a duplicate file name during the restore operation.

4. Click Next.
5. On the Advanced Restore Options page, select whether or not to restore security or special system files from the following:Restore Security Settings—Applies the original permissions to files that you are restoring to a Windows NTFS file service volume. Security settings include access permissions, audit entries, and ownership. This option is available only if you have backed up data from an NFTS volume and are restoring to an NTFS volume.Restore Junction Points, But Not The Folders And File Data They Reference— Restores junction points on your hard disk but not the data to which the junction points refer 220-701 Exam. If you have any mounted drives and you want to restore the data that mounted drives point to, you should not select this check box.

6. Click Next.
7. On the Completing The Backup Or Restore Wizard page, click Finish to start the estore process. The Backup Or Restore Wizard requests verification for the source f the restore data and then performs the restore. During the restore, the Backup r Restore Wizard displays status information about the restore.

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