The Recovery Console is a multi-instance recovery tool that enables system administrators and service providers set up proactive data recovery from servers and workstations to any location.
The Recovery Console lets you recover data belonging to the following data sources:
- Files and Folders
- System State (Virtual Disaster Recovery)
- Microsoft Exchange
- Microsoft SQL
Recovery Console installation
You can install the Recovery Console on the following operating systems:
- Windows Vista
- Windows 7
- Windows 8 / 8.1
- Windows Server 2008 / 2008 R2
- Windows Server 2012 / 2012 R2
Here are steps to follow:
- Download an installer for your system: Windows x86 for 32-bit systems or Windows x64 for 64-bit systems.
- Start the installer.
- Change the default installation folder if needed. Click Install to start the installation.
- When the installation process is completed, click Finish.
Starting and quitting Recovery Console
The Recovery Console starts automatically after you complete the installation (unless you uncheck the Run Recovery Console option at the final step of the installation wizard). You can start it manually at any time using the Windows Start menu.
When you click the Close icon it the upper-right corner, the application gets minimized to the notification area. Here is how to quit it (this will stop all active recovery sessions):
- Open the taskbar in the notification area. Right-click on the Recovery Console icon.
- Choose Quit from the context menu that opens.
- Confirm your intention to quit the app.