Proper procedure for recovering Windows Native Backup of information store?

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Domain Controller
Exchange 2003 Backup
Hard drive failure
Hard drives
Microsoft Exchange 2003
Windows 2000 Server SP4
Windows Native Backup
Our Exchange 2000 Server runs on a Windows 2000 SP4 server and was the only Exchanger server on the network (BDC). The hard drive in the Exchange 2000 server failed completely. I do have a backup of the information store created using Windows Native Backup utility. So what are the correct recovery steps? I have done the following: 1. I put in a new hard drive into the server and installed a fresh copy of Windows 2000 server. 2. I named it the same name as the old server. 3. I installed all the service packs and updates on the new server I am thinking of doing the following: 1. Join this server to the domain and make it a BDC. 2. Install Exchange 2000 on the server 3. Restore information store from my backup copy. Does this sound right? Am I forgetting anything? Will my current AD complain about the new server with the old server's name? When I install Exchange 2000 again, will that mess up the AD? Thanks for your help! Best, Lanny

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Hi,

This is the right procedure for backup .
About A.D data base will transfare to exchange server by syncronazation.

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