Im using sbs 2003 sp1
Tyring to do a test restore to a small pc in office.
Im using Backup Exec 9.1 for SBS.
I load the system, go into Directory Service Restore Mode, Restore System State then the C drive
which containg system and boot files.
I reboot, everything comes up okay I login and then product activation pops up.
Cant do anything.
Is there anyway to get around this ??
I think it's always better to do a full restore -- with all the functions of SBS that lock files, like DNS, DHCP, SQL, sharepoint etc., it's good to know if the everything will actually run when you bring
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