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  • Exchange Server 2003 NTBACKUP best practices

    What are the known difficulties and problems of using NTBACKUP to back up and restore a Microsoft Exchange 2003 server? Are their any hardware considerations?

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  • How to migrate the Exchange 2003 database to fifferent domain

    Dear all, maybe this will sound silly, but i really need an answer, i run Exchange 2003 on Windows 2003 STD Server under mydomain.com, and i want to copy, backup, migrate, call it whatever you want the database (everything in exchange, mailboxed, sores ....) to mynewdomain.com. What is the best way...

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    I use U3 USB to run some programs from it. Windows assigned the drive letter. Then I ejected it and unplug it. Then I plug my external hard drive to make the back-up by SyncToy. But SyncToy can't find the drive to do sync. When I check in My Computer, that portable drive is assigned by other...

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  • How do I backup sharepoint 2003 using backup exec 12

    How do I backup sharepoint 2003 using backup exec 12

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    Is it possible to perform encrypted saves? Using BRMS or whatever....

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  • what is the best approach for backing up exchange servers?

    A question that was emailed to us I would like to know the best approach to back up exchange servers for complete as well as individual mailbox and message recovery.

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  • What’s the best way to backup files online?

    Hi. I'm frequently between my several computers between my home and office. I'm looking for away to remotely store my files on the internet so I have them regardless of my location. I have a large amount of server space for one of the domain names that I own, so I'm looking to store files there. My...

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  • Best Option to Backup A Terabytes worth of Data

    What is the best and cost effective way to backup a 1 to 1.5 Terabytes worth of data? What I am backing up is these scanned in images that are just sitting in a directory but are not backed up. Thanks.

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  • Error message when attempting to backup Active Directory

    When I performed a backup of Active Directory, I received this message. Backup Status _______________ Operation: Backup Active backup destination: File Media name: "Backup.bkf created 6/28/2008 at 9:42 AM" Volume shadow copy creation: Attempt 1. Error returned while creating the volume shadow...

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  • Syncing Software recommendations

    One of my VIP end users (a senior scientist in our building) has put in a request for the following setup: He wants us to build him 2 8-TB file servers, identical in design. This is not a problem, I've done this already for our own use. One server will be in his lab for their use. He wants the...

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  • SQL Server DB Backup

    Hello, I am a new member and would like assistance understanding why when I attempt to schedule a SQL Backup it doesn't seem to stick after I close and reopen it. I am doing the following: Windows Server 2003 – Enterprise Edition/SQL Vs. 8 1. SQL Enterprise Manager 2. SQL Server Group 3. Open the...

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  • Microsoft outlook 2000 and Exchange server email recovery

    i m using ms outlook 2000 with exchange server on NT. my autoarchieve settings are like my sent mails are deleted after every 3 months. but now i need a mail of 6 months ago.how can i get that back??

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  • Data Security

    I do all my business from my laptop, my question is what is the best way to restore my files and folders along with my OS incase of a virus or machine failure? Thank you. ~Akhtar

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  • Restoring offline backup

    How to apply offline redo log files to an off line backup which earlier to the offline redo log backup and recover system at less loss of data

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  • How do I backup/restore data to/from a tape drive using the ntbackup command

    The hardware is the Dell Powervault124t and i am trying to see what was backedup by a previous user who no longer works on site.

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  • how to come up with a backup and restore startegy for application developed on portal

    we have an application that has been developed on oracle APP server 8i portal(forms and reports),Win2003 server(OS) is the a way I can create a backup plan and restore plan for the system which steps should i follow o ensure the successfull backed-up system thank in advance

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  • Veritas vs. SQL Server 2005

    Why will SQL Server not accept files restored from Veritas backups?

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  • Backup Very Slow on DLT Tape Drive

    Hello guys, I need your help because just this week our backup on DLT tape drive were very slow. Supposed to be our backup transfer rate will not be less than 300 mb/ min but we only have 60 + mb/ min just this week. Our one copy backup will normally consume 10-12 hours but this past few days we...

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