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- Full Name: Paulo Balau
I'm willing to mount a "virtual disk" over a certain restore point with general access so users can read it in order to make they own selection of files they wish to copy from themselves.
All I see are options to restore to new VMs (on our or on cloud infra), restoring entire disk to another location, or recovering individual files/foldes from a veeam restore session. All these options would require additional infrastructure resourses wich I do not have.
How may I get there?
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- Full Name: Rick Vanover
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-VM being backed up is called SERVER2
-Veeam B&R Server is called SERVER1
-On B&R, launch a (Windows only) File level recovery of SERVER2
-From anywhere accessible on network with permissions (may have to assign), go to \\SERVER1\c$\VeeamFLR
-In there, normally it will be empty. But when a File Level Recovery is running (and the browser of the file system is open on the B&R Server), that UNC path will show the image backed up
-The users can then read to get their own files
That being said, it's a workaround, support trick type of thing. There are some capabilities coming for vSphere around self-service, but not applicable to Hyper-V if that is what you use.
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