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Restore Symantec Backup Exec 10D with 12.5

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Hi all,

I have a windows Server 2003(used for file server) that I back up data to a NAS devise nightly(I also backup to an online service) I have a Windows Server 2008 that I would like to restore the data too using Backup Exec 12.5 I cannot set up 12.5 to see the bkf file for restore.

Any advise would be great.

I would also like if possible to be able to clone the data
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Create a B2D mapping  it to any location that can hold all the .BKF files that you want to restore from,on the 12.5 server.
Copy all the .BKF to the folder
Inventory and Catalog the imported media in the B2D
You can then attempt the restore.
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