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DPM 2010 and Symantec

Posted on 2011-10-20
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Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Hi all,
I'm using Symantec Backup Exec 12.5 for Windows Servers to backup for all system state. and Backup to Tape. Now I'm using DPM 2010 as Central Backup. I decide to stop backup with Symantec.

My question:
We want to restore the backup from the tape (Symantec) 6 months ago by using DPM 2010?
Question by:Khemarin
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Neil Russell earned 1500 total points
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No, you can restore your symantec backup by using symantec backup exec or you can restore your DPM backups using DPM.

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Thanks so much for support
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When somebody gies you a correct answer with all the facts, it is not usual JUST to assign a B grade. Just because you dont like the answer does not make it any the less correct!

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