From the Management Console, you can view the dedicated One-Time Restore overview by selecting Continuity > One-time Restore from the vertical menu on the left hand side.
From this dashboard, you will see a specified set of columns detailing information relevant to devices using One-time Restore, including the status, restore format and data sources, along with other information relating to Azure and Hyper-V.
If no devices are active, the dashboard will display a message to advise.
From the One-Time Restore overview, it is possible to cancel any recovery currently in progress:
- Search for or use the filters to find the device in question where the recovery is currently running
- Select the device
- Click Cancel restore from the top bar
- Confirm cancellation
The device will now show in the list with a status of Cancelled
Searching within the One-Time Restore overview can be done by using the search box over to the right hand side of the page, just above the devices list. The search can be performed against any text field.
The Standby Image overview also includes functionality to filter devices using the filter menu to the left of the device list and can be displayed or hidden by clicking the double arrows.
From this menu, you can filter by:
- Failed - The recovery session has failed
- Invalidated - Device was moved to an inappropriate partner and so the session has failed
- Unresponsive - The recovery session was initiated but did not receive updates for at least 30 minutes because the recovery location restarted or was offline.
- Completed with errors - The recovery session completed, but encountered errors
- Completed - The recovery session completed with no errors
- In process - The recovery is currently in progress
- Scheduled - Devices just added to a recovery plan and are waiting for their first recovery session or devices where restores were paused and have since been resumed will display as scheduled
- Cancelling - The recovery is in process of aborting
- Cancelled - The recovery has been cancelled
Recovery Session Statistics
- Recovery session start date
- Restore format
- Hyper-V VM
- Azure VM
You may export a list of devices currently assigned a plan by clicking Export
This will then provide a separate dialog where you can choose to export in either XSLX or CSV.
Manage Table Columns
Management Console allows you to manage the tables columns that can be seen within the One-Time Restore overview.
In the Manage table columns dialog, you can select and deselect columns based on the information you wish to view from the overview.
Accessing device properties
The Device Properties window displays several tabs detailing information on the Backup device. Full details of the contents of each tab can be found on the Device management in Management Console page.
This window can be accessed by clicking the Device Name from the One-Time Restore overview.
The two that are the most commonly used with One-Time Restore are the Overview tab and the Settings tab.
Remove Restore Record from Dashboard
From the One-Time Restore overview, you may remove the record of a device's restore history.
This option is available for any restore status.
This does not remove the device from any Standby Image plans or delete the device in Cove.
To remove a device's restore record:
- Log in to the Management Console under a SuperUser or Manager account
- Navigate to Continuity > One-Time Restore
- Using the search or filtering options, find the device(s) for which you need to delete the recovery record
- Select the device(s) using the checkbox to the left of the Device Name and click Remove from Dashboard from the top bar
- Using the action menu (three vertical dots) at the far right of the Device, select Remove from Dashboard
- Confirm removal of the device's history