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The NAS Storage platform (nas02.storage.uq.edu.au) supports self-restore of files and folders by end users. Unfortunately, this feature only works on Microsoft Windows. Users of OS X can use a Windows based workstation to complete a restore (after which the restored files will be visible from their normal workstation), or contact ITS to perform a restore on their behalf.

The example on this page use files and folders stored on shared drives, but if your personal H: drive is hosted on nas02.storage.uq.edu.au, you can also perform self restores in that location.

1. Restore a previous version of a file or folder

In this example, we'll be restoring a previous version of a simple text file called 'File1.txt', which contains the text 'Modified Text.' These instructions are also applicable when attempting to restore an entire folder to a previous version.