When attempting a restore of individual items (GRT) to an Exchange 2010 server, the Exchange database may be dismounted
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When attempting a GRT restore of individual items to an Exchange 2010 environment, the Exchange database that contains the target user may be dismounted during the restore.
Workaround: Restore the Exchange database to a Recovery Database then use the Exchange tools to extract the needed data.
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Unable to restore the Microsoft Exchange storage group DATABASE_NAME. One or more of its databases have not been enabled for overwrite. Use the Exchange Management Console to enable the property 'This database can be overwritten by a restore' for the databases that you want to restore.
EXCH: GRT restore of Exchange 2010 items dismounts the database
Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH210801