Restoring client communications without a database backup

Article:HOWTO26639  |  Created: 2010-01-08  |  Updated: 2010-01-15  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO26639
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Restoring client communications without a database backup

For each domain that you use, you must create a new domain and re-insert the same domain ID into the database. These domain IDs are in the disaster recovery text file if someone typed them in this file. The default domain is the Default domain.

A best practice is to create a domain name that is identical to the previous domain name. To re-create the Default (default) domain, append some value such as _2 (Default_2). After you restore domains, you can then delete the old default domain. Then rename the new domain back to Default.

To restore client communications without a database backup

  1. Log on to the console.

  2. In the console, click Admin.

  3. In the System Administrator pane, click Domains.

  4. Under Tasks, click Add Domain.

  5. Click Advanced.

  6. Open the disaster recovery text file, select and copy the domain ID, and then paste the domain ID into the Domain ID box.

  7. Click OK.

  8. (Optional) Repeat this procedure for each domain to recover.

  9. Under Tasks, click Administer Domain.

  10. Click Yes on the Administer Domain dialog box.

  11. Click OK.

  12. Restart all of the client computers.

    The computers appear in the Temporary group.

  13. (Optional) If you use one domain only, delete the unused Default domain, and rename the newly created domain to Default.


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