The LaMa Service Dashboard allows you to Restore VLA configuration:
To restore the VLA configuration, you will need to provide a VLA backup file. The backup file contains configuration and settings of the VLA.
- In a new browser window or tab enter the URL for the LaMa Service Dashboard page on the Tomcat instance, for example: https://<vla_hostname_or_IP>:8443/vla/dashboard, where
<vla_hostname_or_IP>is the FQDN or IP address of VLA.
- You may be prompted with a certificate warning. In this case, check certificates and accept/add them if they are ok. A few examples can be found in Add Trusted Certificates in a Browser, for more information, please read the browser documentation and policy.
- Enter the LaMa Service username and password. This opens the dashboard.
- Click on the Backup and Restore section of the dashboard and scroll down to the Restore heading.
- Click Choose file and select the backup file.
- Enter the password for the backup file.
- Select the Restore type:
- All Configuration and Settings includes the VLA LaMa Service Settings along with the system settings, network settings, accounts and server certificate.
- VLA LaMa Service Settings includes web server configuration, credentials database, the key store and LaMa user account.
- Click RESTORE to start the restore process.
- The browser now displays a confirmation dialog. Click OK if you want to restore the settings.
- You can see the results in the Backup/restore results section of the dashboard page.