How to restore controller for iOS backups?

Cupertino, October 3, 2023

Well, until last week I had a pretty solid HomeKit setup. I understand what changed last week, but I have 62 devices that are "not responding". I've done backups with the iOS Controller, but until now, I've never had to restore from a backup... now that I have to, it's really confusing to figure out how to do it to stay. Has anyone done this who can help explain how? Am I missing something or do I need to redo at the device level, one device at a time? Can I restore an entire backup in bulk? Has anyone experienced this lately? Do we have any additional architecture updates that have occurred recently? Any help would be extremely appreciated!

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