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restore system state SBS 2003 with backup exec 9.1

Posted on 2012-03-18
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Hi.
Have a SBS 2003 hat crashed.
So far I have restored from an 45 day old Acronis image and restored whole of C and D drive (data drive)
Also restored Exchange ok and SQL. All sql databases were restored except master data base.
(so master database is 45 days old) Don't know if I need to try to restore the master database again...?+

But.
Do I now need to boot into Directory Services Restore Mode to restore System state and Sysvol? only 10 users so if only consecuens of having an 45 day old AD is passwords not beeing up to date I'll change them...

Any advise?
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Question by:Tore Jacobsen
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So you had another more recent backup than the Acronis image and you want to restore the system state from that?
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