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Restore Failed Exchange 2003 to different Server

Posted on 2012-03-13
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I have a client whose exchange server has died. He has backups from Backup Exec 2010 version. We need to build a new exchange server and then restore the data to that new box.  It's been many moons since I've had to do this and I need help finding the right article or way to do it.

Can anyone point me to the right direction?
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None of these were really what I was looking for, but I appreciate the effort.  We were able to get the server back up and running using backups.
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Please close this as I used a different method than I asked in this post.  Award no points.
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