robocopy C:\VeeamFLR\Disk\pathX\ \\fileserver\share\pathX /e /b /copyall /minage:<N> /r:3 /w:1
/e copy all files
/b backup mode
/copyall copy all attributes
/minage:<N> Specifies the minimum file age (exclude files newer than N days or date). N specifies the number of days. Otherwise, N specifies a date in the format YYYYMMDD.
/r:3 number of retrys
/w:1 time wait between retrys
Is there any risk here of infecting the backup environment at all given the disks are mounted if the machine you are restoring from has a virus such as in the example in this post where Crypto was found?
The actual VBKs could indeed be encrypted by cryptolocker. Probably not the ones open and part of the restore, but anything that's not locked could absolutely be overwritten. The contents inside of the FLR would be safe, as you say, but benyoung was referring to the environment (the B&R server, the VBKs/VIBs, etc). At least that's my take on it.
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