Quick Restore

About Quick Restore

Managed Backup comes with an efficient restore tool that makes restore routines quick and convenient.

The Quick Restore tool is implemented on the Management Console part by means of an auxiliary Windows utility to perform item-level restore jobs for different backup types without authentication. Quick Restore application will allow restoring files from macOS/Linux backups to a computer running under Windows or to the original computer running under macOS/Linux.

Key features:

  • Support for both backup formats: new and legacy format
  • Item-level restores from various backup types
  • Restore from compressed and encrypted backups (except backups with filename encryption)
  • Creating bootable USB or ISO image for bare-metal restore. Consider? Quick Restore has no fpossibility to add Connect.
  • Support for NAS and internal storage (e.g. MinIO)

Supported backup types:

  • File backup
  • Disk image backups
  • VMware backups
  • Hyper-V backups

Restore Data to Local Computer or User Computer

As the feature is enabled, proceed as follows:

  1. Open the Management Console.
  2. On Computers select Remote Management if you use legacy main menu, or open Backup > Computers page in the new main menu.

New main menu

Legacy main menu

  1. In the Computer Name column, find the required computer, then click its name.
  2. In the right pane, switch to the Backup Storage tab.

  1. Expand the required backup storage, and find the required backup plan and restore point.
  2. Select a file or folder to restore.
  3. Click the download icon.
  4. Select the target to restore. The following options are available:
  • Restore to the %computername%
  • Restore to your computer

  1. On a first quick restore run, you will be prompted to install the Windows utility for quick restore. Download it, then run the installation package.
  2. As the utility is installed, select the target folder to restore selected data. Restore runs automatically after the folder selection.