Exchange 2007 Backup restore as a file

Posted on 2013-01-31
Last Modified: 2013-02-02

we are using Netbackup7.0 for taking up Exchange 2003 Backup.

customer requirement is need to be restore old edb file as file, nn need to restore on recovery storge group, they wants entire EDB file to restore.

We tried through Exchange level backup & put the destination location as a Drive & Folder path, but it gets failed.

when we tried to slect windows-ms level backup, edb file is not showing on the drive where edb File located.

Any one suggest what can be best way to recover old edb file a file level backup.
Question by:padas6
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 250 total points
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You can only restore to an Exchange server. Therefore you would have to restore to a recovery storage group, which would create the files.


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ID: 38843039
thanks , what could be pth name of the destination file,
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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It will be wherever you point the RSG when you create it.


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ID: 38846655
Thanks I am able to recover the data in recovery storage Group.

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