Generally, data restoring over network is very much the same as that on a local computer.
R-Studio Agent should be running on the network computer where data are to be recovered.
Read the Connecting over the Internet topic to learn how to establish connection between R-Studio and R-Studio Agent over the Internet.
To connect to a remote computer
|1||Click the Connect to Remote button, or|
Select Connect To Remote on the Drive menu
|2||Specify the name or IP address of the remote computer where data are to be recovered in the Computer: field|
The Port should coincide with the port specified for the R-Studio Agent.
The Password: field is for the password of R-Studio Agent running on the remote computer. If you want to see the entered password, right-click the field and select Show password on the context menu.
Note: If the remote computer is started with R-Studio Agent Emergency, leave this field blank.
|>||R-Studio will connect to the remote computer and show its hard drive and logical disk structure of the remote computer below the device/disk structure of your local computer|
It can be processed the same way as that on a local computer.
When the Recover dialog box appears, you may select whether you want to save recovered files on the local or remote computer. Saving recovered files on a remote computer may be useful when the remote computer has a healthy disk because you do not have to transfer files over network. It may be an external USB hard drive, for example.
When R-Studio connects to the remote computer, it check if R-Studio Agent is present and its password. If there is no R-Studio Agent installed, R-Studio may try to remotely install it. See the R-Studio Agent topic for details.