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is anybody familiar with backup exec 12 for sbs and standard NTbackup

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by PK-her0, Apr 27, 2010.

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  1. PK-her0

    PK-her0 Thread Starter

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    well is anybody clued up?

    i am getting so confused and having a bit of a nightmare regarding jobs,media, how it works...tried reading the manual but i really dont want to read a 320 page book. i have enough i should be reading...

    also whats the deal with the agents for sql exchange etc...when you have the opertunity to select what you want you have these in the menu too. should they be ticked or if they are ticked can they cause problems with a live running database or exchange store.

    please help
     
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    mumbodog? anybody...phantom!!!
     
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    hi guys,

    i attached a file with some selections in my backup exec prog...i read that if youbackup a live database like SQL or exchange it can cause corruption...is this true? i dont know if i should use / tick the selections in the options. we are running an accounting database SQL and exchange 2003...

    thanks
     

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    nobody using this app?
     
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    We use backupexec but when backing up a progress or sql database we run the agents that allow those to be running during the backup.
     
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