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Stellar Phoenix Novell Data Recovery (NWFS)

Recovers lost or deleted data from NetWare partitions

Professional Novell Data recovery software that safely recovers data from crashed or corrupt NWFS based hard drives of Novell NetWare servers and clients. The software supports Novell NetWare 3.1 and later versions.

  • Effectively recovers lost data from NWFS (NetWare File System) based volumes
  • Facilitates NWFS Data recovery when inbuilt NetWare utility 'VRepair' fails
  • Recovers data from segmented NetWare volumes
  • Recovers data from segmented NetWare volumes
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    Included Free Utilities:

  • Disk Imaging: Creates image of a specific region of the drive or the entire hard drive
  • Save Scan: Saves your scan information for recovery at a later stage
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The software performs complete recovery of data from hard drives installed on any configuration of Novel NetWare server and helps you resolve some of the major disk corruption problems encountered in the NetWare environment. Let us have a glance at some salient features of this Data Recovery Novell utility:

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Efficient NWFS Data Recovery

The software performs close recovery of your precious data in the event of a NetWare server disk failure or when critical file system data structures get damaged due to software malfunction, hardware errors, and other similar reasons.

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Recovery from Sub-allocated Data Volumes

Sub-allocated volumes differ from regular Novel volumes as they contain files having same or identical ending disk blocks. Sub-allocation is used to create a virtual volume containing all 'Under-allocated' sectors of different files. The software recovers data from these sub-allocated volumes effectively.

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Recovery of Compressed files

The NetWare server (version 4.x and later) automatically compresses infrequently used files to save disk space. You can easily recover these files by marking them as 'compressed' using the software and then attaching the hard disk back to the server.

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Searching NetWare Volumes

This Novel Data Recovery tool provides two options to search your NetWare volumes: 'Search NetWare Partition' and 'Search Volume Table'. The first option performs a fast scan to find all partitions present on your hard disk, whereas the latter facilitates a more advanced and in-depth scan to achieve greater chances of discovery.

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Preview of Recovered Files

The software allows you to narrow your scan results and trim down the tree structure by applying masks. You can set a File Mask based on several parameters, including file type, match case, size, and data.

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Applying Filter

You can apply filters after the scanning process to perform a selective recovery of files based on the file extensions. This feature enables you to include, exclude, or remove files of specific extension from the scan output and recover only the desired file types.

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Option to Mask

The software allows you to narrow your scan results and trim down the tree structure by applying masks. You can set a File Mask based on several parameters, including file type, match case, size, and data.

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Option to Find Files from the Scan List

After the scanning process is complete, you can search for specific files from the list of all recovered files. You can also use the advanced find option to search files based on ‘Last Access Date’, ‘Last Modified Date’, ‘Created Date’, and on the basis of the file ‘Size’.

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Saving Scan Information

The software gives you the choice to save your scan result as a '.dat' file in the system. With the help of this feature, you can resume recovery at any convenient time using the saved '.dat' file. This saves your time and effort required to rescan the same disk or volume for recovery.

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Saving Recovered Data

This data recovery Novell tool offers different options to save the recovered data. You have the choice to either save all recovered files to any local hard disk or restore them to an FTP server. You can also save your recovered files as a compressed (.zip) file and choose to include or exclude deleted files and folders.

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Disk Imaging

This NWFS Data Recovery tool is equipped with a powerful feature that allows you to create image of your local hard disk, attached hard disk, or any NetWare partition. The image created by the software can be used to recover data when your media develops bad sectors and crashes.

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  • How do I recover Deleted files?
    Answer:

    Please follow the below steps to recover you deleted files :

    Click the 'Select Physical Disk' button on the Icon Toolbar.

    A dialog box appears listing the physical disk(s) available.

    Select the physical disk that contains the deleted file(s) or folder(s).

    Another dialog box pops up, select 'Select NSS Pool' option.

    Select the Pool which contains the volume from which you need to locate the deleted files & folders.

    Another dialog box pops up, select 'Select Volume' option.

    Select the volume from you need to locate deleted files and folders.

    Phoenix would scan the selected volume for all the deleted file(s) or folder(s) and would present the list of found file(s) or folder(s).

    Select the deleted file(s) and folder(s) and select the option 'Recover Selected' or press recover deleted to recover all deleted files (please make sure that do not recover the data on the same drive from which you are trying to recover the data

  • How can I recover my compressed files ?
    Answer:

    Pre-Requisites

    You'll need another working Novell NetWare server preferably with 5.x version or any Novell Netware Server between version 4.x and 6.x.

    Free Space on a NWFS (Traditional) partition on the NetWare server.

    Novell Client with Netware Logon configured.

    Procedure

    After recovering data from the crashed server(s) many files will not open, as the files were earlier stored in compressed form that is supported by Novell NetWare version 4.x and above.

    Once you have recovered all the files, upload all the file to the NWFS volume.

    Bring down the server and attach the drive containing NWFS partition and recovered data to the machine where Stellar Phoenix Novell(NWFS) is installed execute the utility 'data_integrity.exe' from the programs menu option of Stellar Phoenix NOVELL(NWFS), and use the utility to check the integrity of the files.

    Once the files have been checked, attach the drive back to the server and reboot the server.

    Thereafter copy the de-compressed data back to the client in a new folder and put the data in their respective user folders for the users to verify the data.

    (Please make sure that do not recover the data on the same drive from which you are trying to recover the data)

  • How can I recover my data from the Deleted volume?
    Answer:

    Please follow the below procedure to recover data from the deleted volume :

    Go to 'Drive' menu and then select the option 'Advance Search for NSS volumes'.

    A dialog would appear Press Yes, and another dialog box would appear.

    Select the disk in which you need to search the missing/deleted volumes and press 'OK' the software would scan the drive to locate the volumes and would give you a list of the volumes it finds.

    Further you can select the volume to recover the data from the found volume.

    Phoenix would scan the selected volume for all the file(s) or folder(s) and would present the list of found file(s) or folder(s).

    Select the file(s) and folder(s) and select the option 'Recover to recover all files (please make sure that do not recover the data on the same drive from which you are trying to recover the data).

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