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Backup Exec - Restore from backup to disk folder fails

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We are trying to restore from a Backup to Disk Folder onto a server and get this error (In document Below)... Any Ideas what may cause this?
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It seams like Exchange Server backup data. You supposed to restore the data directly to the Exchange Server. It will be handled differently by the Exchange Server.

Also check whether the Exchange Server application is installed and running, the selected data store exists and accessible.

John Nash.

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I got a similar error when restoring directly from tape also.  I can retry this and get you the error if necessary.

Also, the exchange server is online and up and running.  The way that the exchange is setup is the BE 11d Server is also the DC and it is also the first exchange server.  After finding out that backup exec does not accommodate for public store restore redirection I then setup a secondary server, named it the same as in the live domain (the domain name is the same too), then I installed exchange with the Add another exchange server function.

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Does anyone have any thoughts on this???  I have people wanting this restored.  I am boosting the points to 500.

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joshnash1180 - when u refer to restoring the data directly to the exchange server.  you are refering to going straight from the tape and not from a duplicated set, is that correct?  If so please review my response to that in my next entry.  It says - "I got a similar error when restoring directly from tape also.  I can retry this and get you the error if necessary."

Any thoughts??
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