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Windows Server Backup - Exchange 2010 Error

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On my Server 2008 R2 Std Server which is hosting Exchange 2010 Std SP1- I am attempting to backup my Exchange 2010 DB and Logs (really need to flush the logs!) and am getting the following error - "There was a failure in updating the backup to remove deleted items. The version does not support this version of the file format." Any idea what's going on? Logs and DB are on seperate drives fyi.  I used Dematzer's article as a reference and followed to a t
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How are you selecting the backup? I would suggest you try to perform a full backup raher than a selective one as detailed in my article.
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