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NTBackup and Restoral of Exchange 2003 on a new server.

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We only have 1 DC and we are running 2003 server and exchange on it.  Having trouble finding an article that addresses a disaster recovery scenario where replication and a mailbox move would not be possible.  I know it needs to be same server version and patch level and I believe same drive.  I have tried to restore a database on another server and was not successful.  What are the guidelines, same computer name, same domain name, etc?

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