ARCServe for Windows NT - Database Prob

Since moving the SQLServer to another server from the PDC the backup no longer works.  The reason for this is that the person not only took all the SQL Server databases but also the ARC Serve database.  Obviously when it tries to log onto the database for ARCServe it fails.  How do I create a new Database in ARCServe as there is now no longer the room on the server to restore it from the Backup or copy it back?.

I cant find anything in the Manual or on the Website, so any information or links would be great.
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If you re-install arcserve it should create new blank databases- if thats what your trying to do?

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ExpressionsAuthor Commented:
I would prefer and try and keep the information already in ARC Serve, such as the jobs and tape info.  Having looked in the manual and web site it shows no other way than what you have suggested.  It may be my only option, I will keep you posted
ExpressionsAuthor Commented:
I actually solved this, the problem was caused by the ARCServe permissions, they where set to use the local service account instead of using a login for the domain, this worked fine when it was just one server, but when the database were used the service no longer could login to it.

Anyway I will give a C grade for the answer as this also would have solved the problem in a more drastic manner.
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