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Microsoft Exchange backups
February 06, 2012 07:46AM
We currently have a straight-forward NBU installation: 7.0.1 running on Windows Server 2008R2. We are looking to add backup support for a Microsoft Exchange server in the future, so I wanted to check with the forum and ask if there was anything needed additionally, to correctly backup Exchange. Is there additional NBU software, or is it a separate NBU license that we would need to purchase to unlock Exchange support?

[b]Thanks,[/b]
[b]James McDonald[/b]
[b]System Administrator[/b]
[b]SAIC/Cyber and Information Solutions Group[/b]
[b]410-312-2232[/b]
Microsoft Exchange backups
February 06, 2012 02:10PM
Hi

With that version all is included in the regular client install.
However you need an Exchange key for the master server so you can use Exchange as a policy type for application backup.

Justin.

On Feb 6, 2012, at 10:46 AM, "McDonald, James F. II" <JAMES.F.MCDONALD.II < at > saic.com ([email]JAMES.F.MCDONALD.II < at > saic.com[/email])> wrote:

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We currently have a straight-forward NBU installation: 7.0.1 running on Windows Server 2008R2.  We are looking to add backup support for a Microsoft Exchange server in the future, so I wanted to check with the forum and ask if there was anything needed additionally, to correctly backup Exchange.  Is there additional NBU software, or is it a separate NBU license that we would need to purchase to “unlock” Exchange support?
 
[b]Thanks,[/b]
[b]James McDonald[/b]
[b]System Administrator[/b]
[b]SAIC/Cyber and Information Solutions Group[/b]
[b]410-312-2232[/b]
 

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Microsoft Exchange backups
February 07, 2012 12:24AM
Hello James
It is just a license key to perform Exchange online backups.
Once done, you will need to create a policy for Exchange (Normally this is a directive Exchange aware backup).

When the key is applied on the Master Server, it will open up the feature you need.
The Admin Guide for Exchange is well worth a look, but its quite easy to setup and configure.

Regards
Simon

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We currently have a straight-forward NBU installation: 7.0.1 running on Windows Server 2008R2. We are looking to add backup support for a Microsoft Exchange server in the future, so I wanted to check with the forum and ask if there was anything needed additionally, to correctly backup Exchange. Is there additional NBU software, or is it a separate NBU license that we would need to purchase to unlock Exchange support?

[b]Thanks,[/b]
[b]James McDonald[/b]
[b]System Administrator[/b]
[b]SAIC/Cyber and Information Solutions Group[/b]
[b]410-312-2232[/b]
Microsoft Exchange backups
February 07, 2012 04:05AM
Thanks, everyone, for the guidance.  Can the Admin Guide for Exchange be found in the Symantec on-line references?

Does anyone have the contact information for a trustworthy re-seller?  Someone else on the forum suggested going through a re-seller, since the pricing and service might be better.

[b]Thanks,[/b]
[b]James McDonald[/b]
[b]System Administrator[/b]
[b]SAIC/Cyber and Information Solutions Group[/b]
[b]410-312-2232[/b]

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Hello James
It is just a license key to perform Exchange online backups.
Once done, you will need to create a policy for Exchange (Normally this is a directive Exchange aware backup).

When the key is applied on the Master Server, it will open up the feature you need.
The Admin Guide for Exchange is well worth a look, but its quite easy to setup and configure.

Regards
Simon

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[b]Subject:[/b] [Veritas-bu] Microsoft Exchange backups
We currently have a straight-forward NBU installation: 7.0.1 running on Windows Server 2008R2. We are looking to add backup support for a Microsoft Exchange server in the future, so I wanted to check with the forum and ask if there was anything needed additionally, to correctly backup Exchange. Is there additional NBU software, or is it a separate NBU license that we would need to purchase to “unlock” Exchange support?

[b]Thanks,[/b]
[b]James McDonald[/b]
[b]System Administrator[/b]
[b]SAIC/Cyber and Information Solutions Group[/b]
[b]410-312-2232[/b]
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