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hi, we are running under exchange 2207 server sp1 with windows 2003 enterprise x 64 bit edition, i will run ntbackup utility & take 3 seperate backups 1) systemstate 2)exchange information store 3) exchange data which is located in different drive after that i will install win 2003 server with exchange 2007 in a desktop level machine & tried to restore backup exchange information first then i will get an error the spcified machine is not a exchange server or its services are not started but i found all the exchange services are running. so can you please suggest how to take a proper backup for exchange 2207 & in what order i have to restore.
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See http://www.experts-exchange.com/Storage/Backup_Restore/Backup_Exec/Q_23143437.html.
You can only restore the IS to the same server, or to a server with the same hostname in the same domain.
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i am restoring the data to a different machine which is not in the same network but i am using same hostname & doamin name ( that we are using for our current exchange server)  for this machine, will it work ?
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after installing exchange in a different network & in a different machine but with the same hostname & same domain name thats is what we are using for our current exchange server. i will first install win 2003 server then exchange 2007 & then try to restore exchange information store data first but it fails with the reason the specified computer is not a exchange server or its services are not started.
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If you restore to a different server with the same hostname (on a different network), then I believe your restore should work.

You do need a DC with the same Active Directory on the separate network before installing Exchange 2007. Then you also should install Exchange 2007 with the RecoverServer option. See http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Recovering-Exchange-2007-Server-RecoverServer-switch.html

If you do all that, I believe this restore should work.
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Hi, thanks for your valuable support, as per sugession i will install exchange 2003 x 64 bit edition restore the system state backup & try to install the exchnage 2007 with recovery switch. but when i enter to f:/> where the exchange setup.com file is stored & type f:/>Setup.com /M:RecoverServer
i am gettingerror result like Welcome to start Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 unattended setup, preparing exchnage setup, exchange server setup encountered an error. also we have install a hub transport role so i will use the following command f:/>Setup.com /M:RecoverServer/DoNotStartTransport
then i will get the following message <recoverserver/donotstarttransport> is not a valid mode please specify the following mode, install,uninstall,recoverserver. please suggest what to do next.
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hi, actually second time i think its my mistake because i will not give the space between f:\.Setup.com /M:RecoverServer & DonotStartTransport but finally when i run the command f:\>Setup.com /M:RecoverServer /DoNotStartTransport tehn also i am getting same error Welcom to Microsoft exchange server 2007 unattended setup, preparing the exchange setup, exchange server setup encountered an error.
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when i start active direstory by running command dsa.msc & go to computers section my domain controller is not listed then i move to doamin controllers setioc where i see my domain computer, then i right click on computer & press rest account it gives me an error the server <domain name> is a domain controller. you cannot rest the password on this object.

note :- this is all i doing on the new server after restoring system state data to a new one
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