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Exchange Public folder restore failed - security errors

Posted on 2009-06-29
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Hi guys,

I'm trying to restore a public folder using Back up exec 12 but when I run it, I get an error - Final error: 0xe000848e - Unable to restore File Attributes Security or Directory Security information.
Final error category: Security Errors

When I look at the help for it, it states that if the object I'm trying to restore has moved, I need to move it back to where it was.  i haven't moved it so this isn't applying.  The only other thing it suggests is to create a new instance of the object

Anyone have any experience of this?!!


Cheers!
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Here is a link to Symantec page for this error and a potential solution:
http://seer.entsupport.symantec.com/docs/284975.htm
Please read through it and report back if this is no use.
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rockie mistake - hadn't ticked allow overwrite by a restore box!!!
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Well that's an easy one to make - no worries - hopefully you are rocking and rolling now.
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