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How To Restore A Backup In CPanel

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First, you need to Login to your cPanel account. (Don’t know how to login to your cPanel account? Click here)

Then locate the “Backup” feature under the Files category.

From the Backup screen, you will see the options to restore Home Directory, MySQL Database, Email Forwarders, and Email Filter Backups. Just choose the file that you wish to restore and click on the “Upload” button.


You can also us the Backup Wizard to restore your backup files. From the cPanel main screen, Locate the Backup Wizard under the Files category.

Inside the “Backup Wizard”, you will be given 2 options. To Backup or Restore. Just click on Restore to proceed.

You will be redirected to the page where the options to select which backup you wish to restore. Options are Home Directory (for the whole home directory only), MySQL Databases (for the databases only), and Email Forwarders & Filters. Once you clicked on the options, just choose the file and hit the “Upload” button.


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