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Is there anyway to get information exported  from SBS 2003 HDD to temporary server?

Posted on 2011-09-23
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SBS 2003 Server Motherboard failure no backup but I can access the Raid. Recovered data onto a temproary server but I need to import the information (Exchange Server) into the fresh install of SBS 2003.  
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Exchange databases are tied to active directory objects, so native way to pull that data in. You have to go 3rd party recovery/extraction tools, and they tend to be expensive.
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