Unable to Restore databse with veritas after running exchange setup with disasterrecovery option

Guys

I have recovered the windows 2003 server with active directory and now i am trying to restore exchange 2003. Ihave installed exchange with disasterrecivery option and trying to restore the databse with veritas 10.0 . When i run the job i get the error    Final error: 0xe000848c - Unable to attach to a resource.  Make sure that all selected resources exist and are online, and then try again.
Final error category: Resource Errors

I have double checked and login password is corret

any ideas

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Team-IT2007Author Commented:
Guys

Also i noticed today that when i was trying to restore database from tape backup...in preview windows i was seeing 0 bytes...does that means there is nothing on tape?????
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Team-IT2007Author Commented:
Guys

Just to update you guys. I tried everything but could not repaid the databse. Then what i did is that i had brick level backup as well. So i created blank databse and restored via brick level.

I hope this helps to anyone who is in same situation as i was.
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Neer_ThadaraiCommented:
After you install exchange with the Disaster Recovery Switch you need to mount and dismount the Mailbox Store and Public Folder Store. That will create the blank .edb and .stm files in you MDBDATA folder after that's done Dismount both the stores. On Mailbox store and Public Folder store goto Properties-->Database Check this database can be overwritten by a restore.
Perform the restore it should be successful.

The other option of restoring mailboxes from brick level backup also works but thats very slow process.
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