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I have backup exec quickstart  and and I need to know if you can upgrade it to normal backup exec , Is it really any different, and dose it expire?  
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Symantec Backup Exec QuickStart is for a single server with a single tape drive. Unless you have multiple servers or are backing up to a library with multiple drives there is no need to upgrade at this time.
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Can I still add the remote agents to this verision or add any other features to it?
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If you want to install remote agents you'll need to upgrade to full version. It's a simple matter of entering the serial number when you purchase it, so no installation is required.

QuickStart doesn't allow you to install remote agents.

Which other features were you interested in?

Cheers,
Daniel
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