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You can use this page to specify the name of the Exchange Server that hosts the recovery databases you want to register or the recovery storage group from which you want to register mailbox databases.
In the Exchange Server text box, you can enter the name of the Exchange Server computer that hosts the recovery databases to be registered or the recovery storage group from which you want to register Exchange store databases.
On this page, the wizard lists the recovery databases or databases in the recovery storage group on the Exchange Server computer you have specified earlier in the wizard.
In the Available Exchange stores list, you can select the check boxes next to the Exchange stores that you want to register as storages.
When you click Next, the wizard displays a series of pages in which you can view the progress of the storage registration operation, and cancel the operation if necessary.
On this page, the wizard prompts you to select what you want to add as storages.
Table 98: User interface elements
|Exchange Server database||Allows you to register an offline Exchange Server database from a specified folder.|
|Lotus Domino databases||Allows you to register multiple Lotus Domino database (.nsf) files from a specified folder.|
|Personal Folders (.pst) files||Allows you to register multiple Personal Folders (.pst) files from specified folders.|
On this page, the wizard prompts you to select a method for registering new storages.
Table 99: User interface elements
|Access online Exchange||Allows you to register source and/or target storages based on specific online Exchange Server mailboxes or public folder hierarchy.|
|Access Personal Folders (.pst) files||Allows you to register Personal Folders (.pst) files from multiple folders.|
|Access Archive Manager instance||Allows you to specify and register an Archive Manager instance.|