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Does Exchange GRT Backup Require More Storage Space?

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We have Exchange 2003 SP2 which is being backed up by Symantec Backup Exec 12.5. The media being used is a network-based storage device. If we enable GRT on the backup job, will it require more disk space to backup?
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You can check this.
http://www.symantec.com/connect/articles/understanding-grt-backup-and-restore-functionality-symantec-backup-exec

I assume you need more disk space.  Most of the forums deals with same low disk issue.
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Info provided gave some insight to how GRT backup works.
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