I'm on Win 10 Pro. I recently made a system image backup to a NETWORK drive using the powershell command

admin start backup -backuptarget:\\pc\a\tsb-image-file -include:C: -exclude:c:\users\3\box*,c:\users\3\onedrive,c:\users\3\music -allCritical -vsscopy

Please note the -vsscopy means my system doesn't record this as a backup for file history purposes

Now I would like to Restore my system to the restore point created by this backup. The only problem is, this backup created on 9/23 doesn't show up as a restore point because it is not on my system drive.

Is there any way I can extract the restore point from the system image, and direct my OS to use that restore point?