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Backup Exec and Exchange 2003

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I have a Windows 2000 Small Business Server with Backup Exec 10d (SBS edition) installed. I have another Windows 2003 Standard Edition with Exchange 2003 installed.

Can I do a mailbox backup on Exchange server from Windows 2000 server?

I ask because I find that Windows SBS version has many limitation I guess.
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The limitation will be Backup Exec. I don't believe it will allow you to backup remote servers with that version.
You would need to upgrade to full version of Backup Exec, plus a remote agent for the other server and the Exchange agent.

Simon.
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