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BackupExec 2010 Exchange / AD GRT restore with Hype-V agent

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I have Hyper-V 2008 sever with BackupExec 2010 installed on the same box. I have also SBS 2008 and Exchange 2007 with AD virtual guests. Is GRT possible or do I need to purchase Exchange and AD agents on top of Hyper-V agent to do granular recovery?

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Yes you need the Exchange & AD agents to do GRT with Backup Exec 2010.  If you have the Hyper-V agent then you can do GRT file restores of the guest OS but not individual mail items or AD objects.
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