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I am setting up a test server (same name as existing server) so I can restore a domain controller with exchange 2003 using arcserve 11.0 from tapes. Can I just install windows 2003 server in the workgroup mode and then load arcserve 11.0 and then do a full system restore to the original location. After restore and reboot should the test server be identical to production server
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