Restore files/folders using the Files Backup Restore tool in cPanel

  1. Login to your cPanel account.
  2. Go to Files tab and click Backup.
  3.  On the next page, choose the portion of your site that you wish to restore:
    • Home Directory — Restore the /home directory.
    • MySQL Databases — Restore your databases.
    • Email Forwarders and Filters — Restore your email forwarders or filters.
  4. Click Restore.
  1. Click Choose File and select the desired backup file on your computer.
  2. Click Upload to begin the restoration process.
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