Data Restoration Procedure in DocAve 6.0

DocAve is a SharePoint infrastructure management products for Migration and Integration, Data Management and Data Protection, very cool software. In DocAve we can define data backup policy and schedules, in this post I will discuss how we can restore the backed up data.

The very cool thing about DocAve is this, we can restore till object level in SharePoint, like if a user deletes a document from SharePoint List and also from Recycle Bin. Then we can retrieve this item in 2 minutes from the last backup we have.

I will be posting more DocAve features in future, but lets have a look below that how we can restore item from our last backup in DocAve 6.0:

1 – Step # 001

Login to DocAve  -> Data Protection -> Granular Backup & Restore.



2 – Step # 002

Click on Granular Backup & Restore as above. Then below window will open after you click “Granular Backup & Restore”. Press “Restore”


3 – Step # 003

Press Restore button as highlighted in red square box as below:


4 – Step # 004

Restore Method should be “Time –based restore”. Press “ Next “.



5 – Step # 005

Select your required Filter options and Press “Filter”


6 – Step # 006

Select the Plan and Press “Next “


7 – Step # 007

Go to item level till you find required item to restore, as below and press “ok” and then “ Next “



8 – Step # 008

Leave to Restore Type as “In place Restore”.


9 – Step # 009

In Restore Settings, make the “content level conflict resolution” as “Over write by last modified”. All other settings remain same. Press “ Next “.


10 – Step # 0010

Check the “Restore Immediately” for immediate restoration. Press “Next “.


11 – Step # 0011

View the summary in last step and press “Finish” if you are happy with the settings. After pressing finish, data item will restore to that location in the Site. Process will end.



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