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Dear All,

Good day,

In My Org. 6 months back only i installed exchange server 2010 and its running fine, in Exchange 2003 i used to run ntbackup every week to backup the database log files(its take the backup and remove the log files automatically), could you please guide how to backup log files from exchange 2010.

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Kumar
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You can use the Windows Backup application to backup Exchange.
Or use a third party tool that is Exchange aware to do the same. Backup Assist is my usual tool of choice here - you only need the base product, no other options.

An Exchange aware backup will flush the logs correctly, as long as you set it to FULL and not COPY.

Simon.
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it will remove all transaction log files automatically.....
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Once the backup has been completed the logs will be flushed by the system.
If they are not, then something else is getting in the way.

Simon.
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