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NT Backup single file retore

Posted on 2006-07-18
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Hello,

Is there a way to restore a single file (or some specific files) instead of restoring the whole set contained in the .BKF file? (I am running Windows Server 2003.)

If that is not possible with NT Backup, do you know any utility that can retrieve specific files from a .BKF file?

Thanks,

Mauro
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That IS possible with NT Backup.
Just go to Restore and EXPAND the drive and folder you want on the left.
The file list will be on the right.

Check the file you want to restore.

Simple enough to test it with a small backup...to make sure you understand.
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Thanks Glenn. I clicked once and nothing had expanded. So I assumed the whole set had to be restored.

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