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Acronis sbs versus backup exec sbs for backup to NAS solution?

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Acronis sbs versus backup exec sbs for backup to NAS solution?I just need to carry out a simple data backup of storage and mail. I dont need any added functionality such as creating images and the like. The software should allow me to schedule time and date for backup to the external NAS
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Based on operating system you have - if Windows 2003 servers, Exchange server 2003 - then buil-in ntbackup is
the easiest solution (and cost effective). If  you prefer not MS backup solution then Symantec Backup exec can
do it also. You must buy media server licence and agent licences - for SQL, for Exchange, AD...
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SBS has all agents bundled in I think Tominov.
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good advice
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