1) Close any farms that are open before starting a
2) Choose File:Restore from the menu to open
the Restore Farm Database window.
3) Click the Browse button find the backup
set to restore from. This file may be on a USB removable drive, diskette,
zip disk or CD. The backup set may be comprised of several files depending on
the storage capacity of the backup media. The farm number and farm name
identifies the backup set by default and the file has a .001 extension. To
create a log when restoring the farm, click the Create Log File
option. After selecting, click Next.
4) The Select Files to Restore window will
open. If you are restoring a single farm database, simply click in top
check box and select all files to restore. However, if you re restoring
from a multiple farm database then click the plus (+) signs in the tree until
you see the farm number and farm name to restore. Click the check box
beside the farm to be restored and then click Finish.
5) There is also a folder named “Control” if you
checked “Restore Control Folder” and by default this is unchecked.
Do not check the control file unless directed by support
because if a new farm or fiscal year has been added since your last backup, it
will not be available after the restore. You can restore all farm files or
a single farm.
6) Click OK and then close out of the Restore
Farm Database window when completed.