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Exch 2k3 Database restore issue / The db I need to add to RSG is not listed

Posted on 2006-11-14
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Running Exchange 2003 in active/active/passive mode on Windows 2003 ENT

I need to restore my public directory database.  When I attempt to add the database to recover to the RSG I do not see the db in the list provided even though the store in question is still available and running in our environment.  All of the other databases are accounted for in this list except the public store.  

Any assistance will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Mike
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public database cannot be added to a RSG.
RSG is only for mailbox stores
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For public folders you will need to build a recovery server. RSG is for mailboxes only.

Simon.
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