About backing up Exchange Server 2010 Databases

Article:HOWTO24102  |  Created: 2010-01-01  |  Updated: 2011-06-02  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO24102
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About backing up Exchange Server 2010 Databases

You can view a forest and the Database Availability Groups (DAG) that a forest contains in the backup selections pane. Backup Exec automatically adds the local forest that contains the Backup Exec media server to the Microsoft Exchange Database Availability Groups resource. All the DAG resources that the forest contains are also added to the list.

Note:

You must enter an Exchange Agent license key on the media server for each Exchange server in the DAG that you want to back up. You must then install the Remote Agent for Windows Systems on all the servers in the DAG.

To back up the individual servers in a DAG, you can make backup selections from Favorite Resources, Domains, or User-defined Selections. If the DAG that contains the server is not in the list, Backup Exec automatically adds the DAG. You can also manually refresh the Microsoft Exchange Database Availability Groups resource to discover a DAG.

If the forest you want to use for backup selections is not in the list, you can manually add a forest to the Microsoft Exchange Database Availability Groups resource.

See About the Remote Agent for Windows Systems.

See Adding licenses.

See Adding an Exchange Server 2010 forest to backup selections.

See Backing up Exchange.


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