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Exchange 2010 Recovery Database using Netbackup

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Exchange 2010 Recovery Database using Netbackup

NetBackup 7.5 Restore everything to a different location (maintaining existing structure)

I have created a folder named RecoveryDB in drive F: , I need to do a restore of Exchange Database from backup to that folder. I am not sure what to put in the path under Destination.

Any help will be very much appreciated.

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for restore:
I guess the path should be this way
Microsoft Information Store:\Mailbox Database
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