Hi, I have approximately one month's worth of backup file "sets" kept on a 2 Tb drive configured as a CIFS share using the UFS file system, all this housed on FreeNAS 9.1.0. The backup software used is the Microsoft Windows Backup and Restore utility which is provided as part of the Control Panel running on a Windows 7 Ultimate host. The backups were done daily, and appeared to work just fine. The host machine used to run FreeNAS is an old Dell Vostro 410 machine with 4 Gb of memory. Because it has so little memory, I didn't try to set this up with ZFS-based storage. The Windows 7 host was kept current with all the updates provided by Windows Update. The Windows 7 host became malware infected. The infection was so extensive that I reinstalled Windows 7 to that machine. Now I want to restore the files that were backed up to the FreeNAS host. I can map a network drive to the FreeNAS host with no problem, but Windows 7 Backup cannot "see" the backup sets that were built. It keeps issuing a dialog stating that no backups were found on the drive and I should try a different location to find the files. Researching this more seems to show that the hard drive which receives the backup has to be formatted with the NTFS file system. Microsoft's own documentation seems to say this is true for a system image. I believe the name of the system image is "WindowsImageBackup". However I simply want to restore data that represent user data, not perform an actual restore of the operating system. It is unclear to me whether the user data is kept under folders named "Backup Set YYYY-MM-DD HHMMSS" (for example, "Backup Set 2013-05-10 064123". Some individuals state that the backup sets have to be stored on the root of the hard drive, as well. Windows 7 Backup itself doesn't seem to configure backup sets this way. It seems to set up a folder named the same as the first qualifier of the computer name being backed up, and under that one can find the backup sets as multiple different folders. My question is, has anyone successfully restored data from FreeNAS 9.1.0 using the Windows 7 "Backup and Restore" software that comes standard on Windows 7 Ultimate?