The Quest NetVault Backup (NVBU) Plug-in for Exchange (Plug-in for Exchange) increases confidence in the recoverability of Exchange and enables users to create flexible backup policies that can account for multiple recovery scenarios.
What’s new in this version
The following is a list of enhancements implemented in Plug-in for Exchange 11.0:
22300 - Updated the plug-in to accommodate situations in which it previously paused indefinitely while performing an integrity check.
22800 - Updated the plug-in to reduce memory consumption when multiple transaction logs are included in a backup of Exchange Server 2010 or later.
23321 - Updated the plug-in to ensure that Incremental Backup jobs do not fail when segments are missing and later display an “Attempt to save a stream with missing segments” message.
27873 - Added support for a database availability group (DAG) without a cluster administrative access point; that is, is a DAG that does not use a cluster name object (CNO) or IP address. To use this option, create a NetVault Backup Virtual Client that uses a fixed IP address or network name that corresponds to one of the Exchange Servers (Real Clients) in the DAG. If the Exchange Server to which the fixed IP address or network name corresponds goes offline for any reason, subsequent backup jobs fail. Either bring the Exchange Server back online or update the Virtual Client to use the IP address or network name of a different Exchange Server that is also part of the DAG.
29262 - Verified support for Exchange Server 2013 SP1 (CU10).
29956 - Updated the plug-in to reduce the time that elapses during a query to list the databases on a server.