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Symantec Backup Exec

I would like to know if it's possible to incrementally backup a Windows Server 2003 used as a File Server retaining all the permissions (NTFS & Share permissions) using Symantec Backup Exec 12.5.

If it's Symantec Backup Exec is not the best solution I wouldn't mind pointing me to an alternative and more practical way.

Thank you,

C.L.
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McClaneCommented:
Hello,

yes that is absolute possible with BE 12.5 as it was with all versions before. You can also do differential backups with that solution.
You can also have a continuous protection service with BE 12.5 which replicates all data to another location for a just in time backup.  
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fbmeitAuthor Commented:
Thank you McClane,

So I can use the standard agent for windows servers? Do I need any other licenses?
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McClaneCommented:
If you don't have other servers or exchange, sql, sharepoint or other services you want to backup granulary, no.
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fbmeitAuthor Commented:
You pretty much covered me up. Thanks
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