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Restore Active Directory from External Tape

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Hi Experts,
I having a problem to restore Active Directory on my server.

I only have my backup on a external tape SCSI.
I backup everything to this tape in Symantec Backup EXEC
But when i use the Security Mode for Recover Disaster, the services doesn't run.
I tried to use Windows Backup Software ( Windows 2003 Server ) but it doensn't detect my tape.

I don't know what to do more...

Anyone has any idea???
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The  recovery process using Backup Exec from tape involves loading a clean server, installing backup exec, drivers then restoring system state from tape.

Please read the following article:
http://www.backupexecfaq.com/performing-a-local-authoritative-disaster-recovery/
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