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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?

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

Post Microsoft Exchange backups 
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:




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

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Post Microsoft Exchange backups 
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?

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

Post Microsoft Exchange backups 
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.

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


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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


From: veritas-bu-bounces < at > mailman.eng.auburn.edu [mailto:veritas-bu-bounces < at > mailman.eng.auburn.edu] On Behalf Of McDonald, James F. II
Sent: 06 February 2012 15:47
To: veritas-bu < at > mailman.eng.auburn.edu
Subject: [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?

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