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I need to restore a single public folder using Backup Exec 10 - Is this possible and if so, how?
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only if you have done a Brick level backup i believe.

In your Selection list, do you have selected Microsoft Exchange Public Folders or just Microsoft Information Store , or both.

The first allows individual restore but takes longer to backup.  Information Store is the full store.

I now do both on alternate nights as the data was too big to backup every day.
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I have just "Microsoft Information Store" checked - Thanks for the answer.
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