As a kind of Ransomware protection test we wanted to see how Commvault backup behaves when someone deletes the bucket content through a backdoor using a S3 browser for example. As the content of the locked bucket is physically still there (just not visible through a delete marker), CV should be able to restore them somehow. CV is also set up as WORM with the right WORM workflow of course.
But after deleting the bucket content incl. the commvault backup tree, the CV cloud library goes offline as loosing the mount-path.
Question: what would be the right procedure to re-enable commvault to restore the content?