• How do I prove that a full backup of Fi-Co when restored onto another system is a true and good copy of the source system.

    Hi, during a change freeze and after a full offline backup I am restoring this backup of my current production Fi-Co system onto another server to act as a system reference before making major changes to my live production system. My question is how do I prove to my business colleagues that the...

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  • Restoring an application template

    How do I restore an application template which has been deleted? Have Symantec Backup Exec 12.0.

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  • Windows XP SP2 restore backup.bkf to C:\

    Windows XP SP2 C:\ erased with "RD C:\ /s /q". How can I restore from backup.bkf from an IOMEGA external drive?

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  • Does Symantec backup exec11d supports IBM LTO-3 ?

    I would like to get some inputs regarding backup of files into IBM LTO-3 Ultrium tape(type: 3580-L33) using symantec backup exec 11d on a Win 2003 Server? I'm experiencing problems while backup, i dont know symantec supports the above mentioned tape drive or not? Please advise me, or giv me...

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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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  • HOw do I restore a database from a backup in MS SQL Server 2000

    I have no knowledge of MS SQL Server. Have software (BOOMI) that uses a database in this. I found a folder where the database is being backed up. i.e. there is a *.BAK file and hourly logs *.TRN. I need to update the boomi software and they say I need to make a back up of the database. If this is...

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  • Authoritative restore – MS Exchange 2000

    Hi Peter, I am not sure if the problem I have is in your area of expertise but will ask anyway and maybe you can consult the other experts. I think the problem encompasses a range of expertise areas. A clients exchange server crashed and they took it to an IT company for repairing. Now let me just...

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  • Stored Procedure for dropping indexes

    I would like a stored procedure that will take as input the name of a table. Whatthe procedure would do is drop all indexes on that table excpet any index that ends with U1 or P1, and save the information on the ones it drops. Then I would like another strored procedure that takes a table name as...

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  • SQL 2005 Restore DB with Multiple files in Primary File group

    Is it possible to take a backup of a database that has multiple files within the primary file group (10 total in this example) and restore that backup to a new database that has only one file in the primary file group? THanks, Lee

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  • Recovering and restoring database

    I have taken a rman backup without controlfiles and i am not using recovery catalog i am uisng target database. NOw i lost all datafile s,controlfiles and redolog files.How do i get my databse up and running.

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