This guide shows how to restore lost drives, files or folders via Rebit Endpoint Backup. We shall also cover how to restore specific version of the file using Rebit Endpoint Backup.
You may have come across situations wherein you accidentally deleted or modified a crucial file or folder. Also, malware, viruses, and untrusted software can perform actions that can lead to data loss.
Rebit Endpoint Backup safeguards your data from such unpredicted incidents. Once you back up a drive/file/folder, subsequent changes made to them are automatically backed up as long as you are logged in to Rebit Endpoint Backup.
Restoring a Drive or File/Folder
You can restore your drive/file/folder to the original location they were backed up from. With Rebit Endpoint Backup, there are two cases of restoration:
Restoring Previous Version of a File
Step 1. Click Backups on the Rebit Endpoint Backup window.
Step 2. In the expanded window, select This PC on the left navigation bar.
Step 3. Click the Version History button alongside the file you wish to restore.
Step 4. Keep your mouse pointer on the file version you want to restore.
Step 5. Click on the Restore icon next to the file version to restore it to its original location.
Restoring a Deleted File
Step 1. Click Backups on the Rebit Personal window.
Step 2. Select the Trash tab from the left navigation bar. [Deleted files/folders are moved to Trash]
Step 3. Select all the drive/files/folders you wish to restore.
Step 4. Click on the Restore button below the search bar to restore all the selected files.
All the selected files will be restored to their original location.
Restore Specific Files on Priority
When you are restoring many files at once, you can restore a specific file/folder on priority if needed. This enables you to avoid waiting for the entire restoration process to complete before starting to work on one particular file/folder.
Step 1. Launch File Explorer and go to the file/folder location currently being restored.
Step 2. Double-click the specific file you want to restore on priority.
Now, the restoration process for that file will be expedited. In this way, restoration of files/folders can take place on priority.