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I have exchange 2003 standard edition running on a windows server 2003 ( also standard ). I have a hard drive that has the exchange database, and a separate hard drive for recovery. I setup a recovery store group. Then from my backup server, ( running backup exec - with an agent for exchange ) i ran an exchange restore job but i get the following error on the exchange box when i try to mount the recovery storage group ( I attached a screen shot )

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Did the event logs reveal anything of use that could offer a little more insight?  
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See Microsoft's TechNet site, "What to Do When an Exchange Store Won't Mount".  Scroll down to the "C1041724" error description for bullet points on possible solutions.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996027(EXCHG.65).aspx

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Do you have multiple recovery storage groups on the exchange server?  What I mean is there another "Recovery Storage Group" already mounted on this server if so remove it and try again
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My mistake. I had the public folder checked to restore, as well as the mail store. I unchecked the public folder, reran the restore and it ran without fail. Thanks for the suggestions.
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