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Restoring System Files

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The system's System SD card hold two copies of most files. Those loaded by the system when it starts are stored in a /System/Primary folder. An additional set of files are stored in a /System/Backup folder on the same card.

Using IP Office System Status, you can have the system copy the contents of the /Backup folder to the /Primary folder. In order for the system to then use the restored files, it needs to be shutdown, switched off and then switched on again.

This process will overwrite the current files that the systems loaded when it started. They cannot be restored unless you have another copy of the files.

Restoring System Files using IP Office System Status

1.Click Monitoring in the menu bar and then click on System Status.

Alternatively, open a new browser or browser window and enter the address https://<IP Address>:8433/ssa/index.html using the same <IP Address> as used for Basic Edition Web Manager of the system. This option provides IP Office System Status a larger window for displaying information.

2.In the IP Office System Status Logon window, enter the same IP address, user name and password as you have used for Basic Edition Web Manager access to the system.

3.Click Logon.

4.In the navigation tree on the left, click on System.

5.At the bottom of the screen, click Restore System Files.

6.You will be asked to confirm the action. Click Yes.

7.While the restore is in progress, the Backup System Files and Restore System Files buttons are greyed out. Do not perform any other system actions until the restore is completed.

8.Once the file restore is complete, use Shutdown System to shutdown the system indefinitely.

9.Switch power to the system off and then on again.



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