About using the SharePoint Agent with SharePoint Portal Server 2003 and Windows SharePoint Services 2.0

Article:HOWTO60993  |  Created: 2011-11-28  |  Updated: 2012-01-29  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO60993
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About using the SharePoint Agent with SharePoint Portal Server 2003 and Windows SharePoint Services 2.0

You can use the SharePoint Agent to back up and restore SharePoint Portal Server 2003 farm components, which include the following:

  • Configuration database

  • Portal sites and their associated databases, which include the following:

    • Content database

    • User Profile database

    • Services database

    • Index databases

    • Team databases

  • Windows SharePoint Services sites and their associated databases

  • Single Sign-on database

  • Document Library Store (Web Storage System-based)

  • Document Libraries (Web Storage System-based)

    Individual documents and their versions can be backed up from and restored to Web Storage System-based document libraries, or redirected to file paths.

  • Document Libraries / Picture Libraries (Microsoft SQL Server based)

    Individual documents and their versions can be restored from full database backups.

  • Sites and sub-sites

    Individual objects and their versions can be restored from full database backups.

  • Lists and list items

    Individual objects can be restored from full database backups.

    See the Microsoft SharePoint documentation for more information about lists and list items.

In addition, you can back up and restore Windows SharePoint Services components, which include the following:

  • Configuration database

  • Team sites and their associated Content database

  • Document Libraries / Picture Libraries (Microsoft SQL Server based)

    Individual documents and their versions can be restored from full database backups.


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