To recover deleted files and folders from a NAS backup, you can follow these steps:
1. Access your NAS device
First, ensure that you have access to your NAS device either through a web interface or a dedicated software provided by the manufacturer.
2. Locate the backup settings
Navigate to the backup settings or configuration section of your NAS device. Look for options related to file restoration or retrieval.
3. Select the appropriate backup
Identify the backup that contains the deleted files and folders you wish to recover. Depending on your backup configuration, you may need to specify the date or time of the backup.
4. Choose recovery options
Specify the recovery options such as the destination folder where the recovered files should be stored. You may also have the option to choose specific files or folders for recovery.
5. Initiate the recovery process
Start the recovery process by initiating the restore command. The restoration process may take some time, especially if you are recovering a large number of files or folders.
6. Verify the recovered files
Once the recovery process is complete, carefully review the recovered files and folders to ensure that all desired data has been successfully restored.
7. Copy the recovered files
If necessary, copy the recovered files and folders from the destination folder on your NAS device to the desired location on your computer or storage device.
It's important to note that the exact steps and terminology may vary depending on the NAS device you are using. Consult the documentation provided by the manufacturer or seek assistance from their support team for specific instructions related to your NAS backup and recovery process.