I did a system image backup of my Windows 10 machine using a combination of
wbadmin and Bareos.
I wanted test restoring it, so I restored the
wbadmin image files from the BareOS server to an external hdd; which restored to
D:\clonezilla\restore_attempt\F:\WindowsImageBackup after I changed the folder name of the backup from the NTFS incompatible
I then proceeded to boot with my Windows 10 DVD...and then...
Repair my Computer
Restore System Image
- Then in the
Re-image your computerdialog, the backup from the system state on the local machine appears, but not from the external hdd, I clicked the
Select a system imageradio button.
- Clicked the
- On the next screen
Select the location of the backup for the computer you want to restore, clicked the
- In the resulting dialog it requests a UNC path;
Am I required to use an SMB share to re-image my machine? Or can I just use the external HDD instead? It seems to me that attaching an external hdd would work faster than sending it across the network, and thus I would rather use that to save time. Is it possible to do this using a localhost unc path? I've seen that the external hdd is listed as
D: when booting into
Restore a System Image but I am unable to login to the local host.