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Posted on 2007-03-20
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I tested using the ASR image to restore a MS Server 2003. It works fine. However, I'm also using Veritas 9.2 to backup my entire server and system states, how can I restore my server if using my backup tape. What are the steps??  
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Normally, this depends on how hard things crashed.

If you are not using ASR or LiveState, and you have a complete failure, it is best to reinstall the os Into a DIFFERENT directory, install the Backup Exec, and then do a restore of te OS ad any data.

Also, it may be wise to get a newer version of BE, since 9.2 is ancient.

I hope this helps !
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lol its old indeed...seeing your ASR works,,,,simply restore your data over the top.......if you have Active Directory then you will need to boot to directory services restore mode (F8) to restore the system state
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