How to restore from a veeam bare metal image

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    CountMike said:
    Didn't you say it's an ISO file ? Can't you just mount that ISO in windows ?
    How? Booting iso from bios? No luck with that. Only way i could boot it was to converting iso to bootable pen drive using Rufus: Rufus - Create bootable USB drives the easy way

    It run ok but in be recovery environment it could recover from iso.
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    If you mount that ISO in windows you'd at least see what's in it and if it's viable for making boot USB out of it.
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    CountMike said:
    If you mount that ISO in windows you'd at least see what's in it and if it's viable for making boot USB out of it.
    I can try it....but mount it how?
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    babuja said:
    I can try it....but mount it how?
    Double click on it. It should show up as a new drive.
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    CountMike said:
    Double click on it. It should show up as a new drive.
    I'll try it asap [emoji106]
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    The program your iso is associated by default is file explorer- if you've not installed any programs that associate themselves with an iso, what CountMike says is true and if you rt click the iso you will see Mount as one of the options.

    However, if you have have installed another program that handles isos, or perhaps compressed files and isos, the behaviour will be different.

    Anyway, once you've mounted it (so you get a new drive letter to look at) why not post a screenshot of what you see?

    And how was the iso created? By Veeam software?

    Don't be put off by the registration process if you need the program: I can register:
    How to restore from a veeam bare metal image-1.jpg
    Veeam Endpoint is freeware -
    Sign in to Veeam
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    [QUOTE=babuja;1156044]I'll try it asap [emoji106][/QUOTE
    dalchina said:
    The program your iso is associated by default is file explorer- if you've not installed any programs that associate themselves with an iso, what CountMike says is true and if you rt click the iso you will see Mount as one of the options.

    However, if you have have installed another program that handles isos, or perhaps compressed files and isos, the behaviour will be different.

    Anyway, once you've mounted it (so you get a new drive letter to look at) why not post a screenshot of what you see?

    And how was the iso created? By Veeam software?

    Don't be put off by the registration process if you need the program: I can register:
    How to restore from a veeam bare metal image-1.jpg
    Veeam Endpoint is freeware -
    Sign in to Veeam
    So ive double click in the iso image and it opened showing this files/folders (see attachments) but no auto run file.

    On the other attachment is bootable files created from iso with rufus.

    Already found a way to register with a friends corporate email. Thanks dalchina [emoji108] [emoji106].

    Ill download endpoint and give it a try
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    dalchina said:

    Veeam Endpoint is freeware -
    Sign in to Veeam
    I can't find any Veeam endpoint available, only veeam agent for windows, that i have currently installed and can't use it to restore.

    I can access recovery environment with the bootable usb pen I've created form iso image with rufus.

    Booting with the pen and in the recovery environment i select bare metal recovery and move to the next menu where i need to specificy where the backup file is. As i have no file only iso image not sure how to move forward. Cheers
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    Again, how was your iso file created? What was its origin?

    It's not exactly like a downloaded Windows iso from MS.

    Did you create it with Veeam software? Did you download it? Do you remember?

    Free Windows Backup for Endpoints, Servers, Desktops - Veeam Agent for Windows

    I just searched for
    veeam endpoint
    for you.

    (But you still need an account to download it)
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  10. CountMike's Avatar
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    How large is that ISO ? It doesn't look like it contains anything but boot files and options.
    Here is C: drive opened from Macrium Reflect image:
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