Exchange 07 Recovery Storage Group

Posted on 2009-02-23
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I am trying to create a recovery storage group in exchange 07. I have used Backup Exec to retore from backup and redirect the files to another folder. I create the RSG and it says it completes successfully, but when I go to mount the database I do not get the option to do so. All i get is the option to create the storage group. How can I fix this so the RSG is actually created.
Question by:itsupport1199
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    Expert Comment

    First please make sure you followed steps as per these links, then we will take it forward, if you are still stuck:
    Let me know
    Nitin Gupta (gupnit)

    Author Comment

    Yes. I have followed the steps. I have done this before and this is the first time i have ran across this problem

    Accepted Solution

    Got it! The Database that was recovered from backup is in dirty shutdown mode. I wil use eseutil.exe

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