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Drive Mapping in Zmanda Endpoint Backup

With drive mapping introduced in Zmanda Endpoint Backup, users will have the freedom to choose the drive where the content will be restored on the destination system. As an example, you can restore C drive contents on the D drive of the source device.

How to Do Drive Mapping in Zmanda Endpoint Backup?

Follow the steps below to select the drive of your choice during the restoration process:
Step 1. Log in to Zmanda Sentinel and click Restore.
Step 2. Click the Configure Restore option to start the restoration process.
Step 3. You can then select the appropriate source user and source machine.
Step 4. Once the source is selected, ensure that you choose the destination machine.
Step 5. Now, you need to choose where the contents of the source machine will be restored on the destination machine.
By default, the available destination drive will be added next to the source drive. However, if you wish to modify it, you can do so by selecting the destination drive of your choice from the drop-down menu.
You can select the same destination drive for multiple source drives if required.
Once you select the drive, you can proceed with the restoration process. For more details and instructions on the restoration process, refer to our guide on Restore.