Error when opening Windows NT backup file from Windows Server 2000

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Backup
NT backup
Windows NT
Windows Server 2000
Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition
Windows Server 2003 Standard R2
When trying to open a Windows NT backup file from Windows Server 2000 on a Windows Server 2003 Standard R2 box I am unable to do it. It looks like it is going to start and then it closes and I get no errors.
ASKED: May 11, 2011  7:36 PM
UPDATED: June 7, 2011  8:39 AM

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  • TeachMeIT
    [...] A member is encountering an error when opening Windows NT backup file from Windows Server 2000. Do you have any [...]
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  • Guardian
    I trust this is a backup made by NT Backup on a win2k server? Do you have any other backups made by the same win2k server and try and restore on the win2k3 server?
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