jkbull Posted October 24, 2007 Report Share Posted October 24, 2007 I've inherited a Windows 2000 Server that's set up to use Retrospect 7.0 to back up itself and about a dozen workstations to backup files (that are on a separate server). It does a Recycle backup the first of every month, and a Normal backup every night. The backup files are separately archived to other hard drives and offsite. It seems to me that because the backup is incremental, I should be able to restore to any point in time, but I can't. In other words, on the 20th of the month, I should be able to restore a workstation to its state on the 1st of the month, or the 12th, or whatever. Instead, my only choice seems to be to restore a workstation to its state at the most-recent backup. There is only one "snapshot" -- the most recent -- available to restore from. I would like to restore, all "sessions" up to a certain date, but I can't find a place to specify that. Is the setup for the backups wrong? Is there some option that I'm missing when I try to restore? Am I just too dense to see how to do it? Or isn't Retrospect 7.0 able to do this? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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