On this page, you can select a method for registering storages from backups created with third-party software.
Table 82: User interface elements
|Use Exchange Server emulation||Lets you start Exchange Server emulation on the Recovery Manager for Exchange computer. As a result, the computer running Recovery Manager for Exchange appears as an Exchange Server to the backup software. You can then redirect the restore to the Recovery Manager for Exchange computer and register the restored databases as storages.|
|Connect to backup server||Lets you use Recovery Manager for Exchange to connect to a backup server that is part of your backup infrastructure. Recovery Manager for Exchange then issues requests for backups stored on that server and uses standard protocols to retrieve the backups and register storages from them.|
Use this page to specify the Exchange Server version the restore interface of which you want to emulate with Recovery Manager for Exchange. Select the Exchange Server version that was used to create the databases you are going to register from backup as storages.
Use this page to select a method for providing information about the backed up Exchange Server to Recovery Manager for Exchange.
Table 83: User interface elements
|Manually enter information about Exchange Server||Allows you to manually enter information about the source Exchange Server whose restore interface you want to emulate. This recommended option involves more steps as compared to Retrieve information from Exchange Server, but it allows you to emulate the restore interface of an Exchange Server that is offline, no longer exists, or cannot be accessed from the Recovery Manager for Exchange computer.|
|Retrieve information from Exchange Server||
Allows you to connect Recovery Manager for Exchange to the source Exchange Server and automatically retrieve the information required to emulate the restore interface of the Exchange Server. If you want to use this option, make sure the source Exchange Server is online and can be accessed from the Recovery Manager for Exchange computer.
The source Exchange Server and the Recovery Manager for Exchange computer must be in the same Active Directory forest.
This option involves fewer steps as compared to Manually enter information about Exchange Server.
Use this page to set up a list of the Exchange Server databases you want to register with Recovery Manager for Exchange.
Table 84: User interface elements
|Add||Click this button to specify the name of the storage group that holds the databases you want to register, and then specify the names of the databases.|
|Edit||Use this button to edit the names of storage groups and/or databases added to the list: select an appropriate list entry, and then click Edit.|
|Remove||Use this button to remove an entry from the list: select the entry you wish to remove, and then click Remove.|