I found what I needed and will post the detail below that helped me.
At the “Welcome to UrBackup restore” screen, you will want to press the
F2 keys to go into the terminal and then follow the below instructions and run the mentioned commands accordingly.
First, be sure you are connected to the network which the SMB file share and UNC path for the UrBackup server resides by running:
lsblk to see all the “block devices” or hard disks on the system and confirm the correct
/dev/sd# so with the restore commands you point the image to be pushed to the correct device and/or disk partition.
## Elevate permissions to commands
## Create the directory which will map to the SMB UNC path server share
mkdir -p /mnt/<ServerName>
## Mount the UNC path to the new directory with a credential
mount -t cifs //<IPAddress>/<ShareName> -o username=<username>,password=<password> /mnt/<ServerName>
Now finish up by following the instructions listed on How to restore via command line