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Exchange 2013 Server Role Requirements Calculator

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Hi everyone,

I am using, I believe, the newest version of the Exchange 2013 Server Role Requirements Calculator (6.6). I am unable to find any area to specify that I want to isolate the databases from the transaction logs, which in previous versions was found in the Backup Configuration section.

Has anyone else run into this issue? If this is an issue with this version (6.6) is there any advice for a work around so that I can continue to use the calculator for other pieces without having to do the entire set of calculations manually?

If I am doing something wrong that is causing me to not have the option for isolation, can someone please point me in the right direction for troubleshooting?

Thanks very much!
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I have figured this out. I had the option "Backup Methodology" set to Software VSS Backup/Restore and needed to change it to Hardware VSS Backup/Restore
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