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restore to a diffrent location ?

restore to a diffrent location ?

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Hi everybody,

we use tapeware 7.0 SP2C and want to restore a folder to
a diffrent location.
First of all: I have never done a restore with tapeware.
So I first tried the restore wizard, but it does not let me choose a specific tape.
Then I directly started a restore job chose the needed folder to be restored. How do I tell tapeware to restore to a diffrent folder.

thanks in advance
Daniel

RE: restore to a diffrent location ?

I don't have the interface in front of me, but at the point in the Restore (where you select the files to restore and they appear in their original locations)...add them, then right click the file or folder, select Move, then browse for your new destination.  If you select a Folder and Move it to a new location for restore, it will recursivly "move" everything under it.  

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