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I use Symantec Backup Exec 8.5 to backup my SBS 2003, there is a option to Perform full VSS backup. Should I use this option?
Being that I use SBE do I still need to use the backup option that comes with the SBS and or NTBackup?

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Shreedhar Ette earned 1000 total points
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Hi,

You can use the option to Perform Full VSS Backup.

As you are using Backup Exec, no need to use the NTBackup. However all depended on your trust on the application you are using to backup the server.

Hope this helps,
Shree
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