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Restore Exchange 2003

Kaushik Rangparia
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Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Hello Experts,

I need some assistance and advice on how to restore Exchange 2003 from NTBACKUP.  We currently backup the Exchange Information Store using NTBACK UP everyday, however, I need to know in case of an absolute catastrophe (i.e. the current server dies) on how to restore this NTBACKUP and have the exchange server running again

I believe for the restore I need to get the new server running with Exchange 2003 and then use Restore option to get the Exchange Informaton store online and mount this, however, I guess there will be more to this than just restoring and will appreciate any responses and solutions in regards to this.

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Thanks JBond2010 and viralrathod for your comments, however, one question is that the article mentions "if the exchange server is still functional after a disaster" BUT what if I have lost the entire server and need to start from scratch.. in that case I believe i will install the server + Exchange and then move ahead with the restoration mentioned in the arrticle? Is that correct or will something else be required?

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Yes you are correct ,if you have lost the entire server then you need to Manually install Windows Server 2003 ,
Restore 'System State' and need to restore the Exchange server mentioned in the arrticle.

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