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Backup Exec 12.5 B2D to different destination folder

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We have some backups of the main server that went down.

These are done using Backup Exec 12.5 using Backup to disk solution.

I can select the folders and exchange storage ok but cannot restore to a new different folder.
As the server is no longer available I need to restore to t different location.

Can anyone please help ......
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can you not go in to the restore job properties and select file redirection option ?

or here is a detailed procedure >> http://www.symantec.com/connect/articles/how-restore-exchange-2010-database-recovery-database-using-backup-exec-2010
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Hi,

I'm not sure If i'm doing it wrong but I'm getting an error in the shell. Is this process different for Exchange 2007?
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