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Exchange 2010 Backup with Symantec backup exec 2012

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On Exchange 2010, what needs to be selected in the backup selection for Symantec Backup Exec 2012. Do I need to back up any directories or just the database stores.

Also I am doing GRT backups.
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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 500 total points
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database stores (Information Store) and ensure all checkboxes are checked and verify once the restore is done

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Thank you. So there is no need to have any selections other that the information store, such as the C: drive?
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C or other drives take a Offline ... look it can be useful

Just for an example lets say if you do both someday someone requests for a restore for some reason and you would try the Information store and that doesnt work you will still have a second option of offline restore (Drive level)

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