Symantec backup exec system recovery 7 question

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Backup Exec
File system recovery
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Recovery Point Objective
Symantec
Hi, We backup our servers using backup exec system recovery 7 using a full/incremental recovery points. What I would like to know is how do I restore only the files changed in the incremental recovery point without besr7 also restoring from the base recovery point. The reason being is that I have created a recovery set for a file server where I created a full backup on thursday night. I restored the backup to a new server on friday which took several hours with the notion of just restoing the changes between the thusday night backup and the friday night backup which should take only a few minutes. However on running the recovery and pointing the recovery to the incremental point it seems to be recovering the whole base set as well, when all i wanted was for the server to overwrite the changes that have occured between the full and the incremental backup. any ideas? Regards Dale

Software/Hardware used:
server 2003, besr 7

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did you download all of the latest BE 7 updates and patches?

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