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Recovery Manager for Exchange 5.8.1 - User Guide

Getting started Working with storages
About storages Extracting an Exchange Server database from backup
Working with Quest® Rapid Recovery® (AppAssure®) Working with Quest® NetVault Backup® Working with Quest® vRanger® Working with CA ARCserve Backup Working with EMC NetWorker Working with HP Data Protector Working with IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Working with Microsoft Data Protection Manager Working with Microsoft Windows Backup Working with Microsoft Windows Server Backup Working with Symantec Backup Exec Working with Symantec NetBackup Working with unlisted backup software
Accessing backups directly Extracting incremental or differential backups Registering a storage Opening a storage Closing a storage Renaming a storage Deleting a storage Deleting items from a target storage Deleting items from a source storage Setting access permissions for target files
Restoring data
Optimizing Recovery Manager for Exchange performance Storage indexing Restoring messages Restoring attachments Restoring folders Restoring mailboxes Importing Data from .Pst Files to Online Exchange Mailboxes Selecting a target folder Comparing and restoring storages, mailboxes, or folders Searching for messages, attachments, or folders in source storages
Automated Tasks Management Shell Web Interface Appendices
Mailbox Restore Wizard Public Folder Restore Wizard Message Restore Wizard Message Delete Wizard Import .Pst Files Wizard Add Storage Wizard Catalog Wizard Task Wizard
Select Action Select Template Specify Task File Option: Catalog Backups Template Option: Restore Templates
Comparison of Recovery Manager for Exchange editions

About automated tasks

Automated Tasks > About automated tasks

Automated Tasks is a feature that enables the automation of restore and cataloging operations in Recovery Manager for Exchange. This chapter lists key benefits of using automated tasks, describes how to manage automated tasks, and provides basic usage scenarios for the Automated Tasks feature.

Key benefits

Automated tasks allow you to

  • Reduce workload and improve performance. Using automated tasks improves the Recovery Manager for Exchange productivity and saves system resources in situations when you need to catalog extremely large backups or restore significant amounts of data.
  • Automate recurring operations. Once you create an automated task, you do not have to step through the Recovery Manager for Exchange wizards to perform a recurring restore or cataloging operation. You simply run the task.
  • Perform several restore and/or cataloging operations simultaneously. You can run several automated tasks in parallel.
  • Schedule operations. You can schedule restore and/or cataloging operations. For more information, see Creating a new scheduled task and Scheduling an existing task.

Managing automated tasks

Automated Tasks > Managing automated tasks

This section provides basic instructions on how to create, modify, schedule, import, run, stop, and monitor automated tasks.

In this section:

Task Manager View

The Task Manager View displays a list of existing automated tasks and allows you to create, modify, schedule, run, stop, and monitor tasks.

To display the Task Manager View

  • In the Recovery Manager Console, from the main menu, select Manage | Automated Tasks.

The Task Manager View that appears in the right pane is similar to the following:

In the Task Manager View, you can use the following elements:

  • Task List. Displays a list of existing tasks.
  • Create. Starts the Task Wizard that helps you create and then optionally run or schedule a new automated task.
  • Import. Imports automated tasks from the Recovery Manager Task (.rmxt) files created with 4.x versions
  • of Recovery Manager for Exchange.
  • Edit. Starts the Task Wizard that helps you modify the existing task selected in the task list.
  • Copy. Creates a copy of the task selected in the task list.
  • Delete. Deletes the task selected in the task list.
  • Run Now. Starts the task selected in the task list.
  • Stop. Stops the running task selected in the task list.
  • Properties. Allows you to view and modify properties of the task selected in the task list.
  • Output. Displays operations performed by the currently running task selected in the task list.
  • History. Displays history for the task selected in the task list.
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