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NetVault Plug-in for Exchange 10.0.5 - User Guide

Introducing Dell™ NetVault™ Backup Plug-in for Exchange Defining an Exchange data protection strategy Planning your Exchange Server deployment Installing and removing the plug-in Configuring the plug-in Backing up data Restoring data Troubleshooting

Restoring data to an RSG in Exchange 2007

For Exchange Server 2007, the Exchange Troubleshooting Assistant (ExTRA) and Windows PowerShell® included with Exchange 2007 may be used to extract data from a database in an RSG. For information on using these utilities, see the relevant Exchange documentation. For additional information, see How to Recover a Mailbox by Using a Recovery Storage Group at:

Restoring data to a Recovery Database (RDB) in Exchange 2010 and later

Open the Exchange Management Shell.
New-MailboxDatabase ‑Recovery ‑Name <RDB_Name> ‑Server <Exchange_Server_Name>
With the RDB successfully created, you can restore data to it by completing the steps outlined in Renaming Storage Groups/Mailbox Databases. After you select the Rename to check box, enter the name of the RDB in the text box to direct the backup to the RDB.
After you have restored the database to the RDB, use the Exchange Management Shell to extract the data from the RDB to the active mailboxes.
Restore-Mailbox ‑Identity Scott ‑RecoveryDatabase RDB1

Performing a disaster recovery of an Exchange Server

This server functions as the target of the relocation restore. If the original Exchange Server had continuous replication such as LCR, CCR, or SCR, continuous replication should not be configured before performing the restore. Additionally, the new Exchange Server must be accessible to the Plug‑in for Exchange on the new restore target.
For more information, see the Dell NetVault Backup Administrator’s Guide.

Recovering to an alternate Exchange Server

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