If the console cannot locate a registered user, and your console is configured to support console backups, the Ark console login dialog will request the password specified during setup and display the Deploy Console or Recover from Backup options when you navigate to the console address (see Figure 7.7).To initiate a console recovery, provide the console password specified when you deployed the console instance, and click the Recover from Backup button. The console properties dialog opens, prompting you for information about console backups (see Figure 7.8).The recovered console will contain the previous list of registered users, monitoring data, and events from the last time that the database was backed up.
• Use the Azure Subscription ID field to specify the subscription ID for the Azure account that hosts the Ark console.
• Use the Azure Active Directory ID field to specify the directory ID associated with the Azure account that hosts the Ark console.
• Use the Azure Application Registration ID field to specify the application ID associated with the Azure account that hosts the Ark console.
• Use the Service Account ID field to specify the name of the Azure service account.
• Use the Service Account Password field to specify the password associated with the service account.
• Use the Azure Storage Account field to specify the name of the Azure block storage account used with this Ark server.Provide information about the location of the console backup storage in the next section of the dialog:
• Use the Storage Bucket field to specify the name of the container that will be used to store files for point-in-time recovery.
• Use the Console Backup Folder field to specify a folder in which the backups will be stored.
• 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.