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I am looking for a reference guide to help me setup BMR for Symantec Veritas NBU 6.5.1.

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I am looking for a reference guide to help me setup Bare Metal Restore on a NBU 6.5.1 Windows 2003 R2 installation. I just completed the upgrade from version 6.0MP4, but I don't have any knowledge regarding BMR. Thankyou for your suggestions!
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Thanks for your help. I've been searching high and low for some guides but it seems that symantec keeps a tight lid on them  and only gives them out in their training courses.
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