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To initiate a console recovery, provide the console password specified when you deployed the console instance (in the Amazon management console), and click the Recover from Backup button. The console properties dialog opens, prompting you for information about console backups (see Figure 7.3).
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Use the AWS Access Key field to specify the Amazon access key ID associated with the AWS role that will be used for account administration.
Use the AWS Secret Key field to specify the Amazon secret key associated with the AWS role that will be used for account administration.
Use the Service Account Role ARN field to specify the Amazon Role ARN (resource name) that should be used by the Ark service user when performing management functions on behalf of Ark.
Use the Service Account External ID field to specify the Amazon external ID that should be used by the Ark service user.
Use the Enable Self Registration field to specify if the Ark console should allow self-registration for Ark users; specify true to allow self-registration, or false to disable self-registration.
Use the Storage Bucket field to specify the name of the bucket in which backups will be stored.
Use the Console Backup Folder field to specify the name of the backup folder within the storage bucket.
Use the drop-down listbox in the Timezone field to select the timezone that will be displayed by the Ark console.
When you're finished, click the Recover button to start the recovery process. A popup will open, prompting you for the name of the backup folder that you wish to use for the recovery.
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Use the Folder name drop-down listbox (see Figure 7.4) to select the backup you wish to use for the recovery, and click Finish to start the recovery process.


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