When users modify file contents in their organization's file servers, even the smallest change can be significant. Administrators are often tasked with restoring file servers to a previous version, but a full server restore doesn't account for nuanced changes that occur on a daily basis to the files and folders on that server. Restoring an entire file server to a particular backup version just because it contains a required file version is cumbersome and inefficient. What administrators need is an application that can instantly restore individual files, folders, or volumes to a backed-up state, rather than restoring an entire file server.
That's exactly what RecoveryManager Plus’ granular restoration capability for Windows files servers and domain controllers (DCs) does. Restore particular files, folders, or volumes to any of their backed-up states with RecoveryManager Plus.
RecoveryManager Plus incrementally backs up modified files in your file server to simplify the process of backing up your file servers and make it easy to find and revert changes as necessary. After the initial full backup, only changes made to files are stored during the next backup cycle. Every change backed up is stored as a different version.
With file, folder, and volume-level restorations in RecoveryManager Plus, you can access any files, folders, or volumes saved in a restore point. Mount a particular backup point to browse the contents of that restore point's image files (.img). Next, restore any file, folder, or volume to its backed up version.
You can also copy an existing file or folder and create a second copy of it so you can compare multiple versions of that same file.
Granular restoration from bare metal backups: Perform file, folder, or volume-level restorations from bare metal backups of Windows file servers and domain controllers.
Custom backup scheduler: Choose when you'd like full and incremental backups to run.
Backup retention policy: Define a retention policy to determine the number of full backups to store.
Compression: Compress backups to a quarter of their original size so you can retain more backups without having to invest in extra data storage.