Backup Exec 12 and Exchange 2007 SCC

Posted on 2009-04-30
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I'd like to know how to properly setup Backup Exec version 12 or 12.5 to backup a SCC cluster.  

Do I point to the cluster name, the primary server or what??

I have 2 servers Mail3 and Mail4 and the cluster name is Mail2.
Question by:Florescu
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    Accepted Solution

    Your backup should have automatically find the passive node and backup from there.

    Softwares like DPM have an option to select as to whether you want to backup from active nore or passive. I would expect something similar. Run the wizard and see what happens. give the cluster name.

    Author Comment

    Any reason for using the active or passive?

    Author Closing Comment

    this gave me the answer and pointed me in the right direction, I was just hoping for a little more detailed explanation.

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