Recover the Windows
See Returning to
the last known good configuration.
Make sure you restore the
Exchange Server 2000 Server or later files that existed on all disk
When the Windows 2000
server disaster recovery procedure is complete (after the last
reboot), you must recover the Exchange server.
From the Services applet,
verify the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service is
Start Backup Exec.
Catalog the media that
contains the latest backup of the Exchange 2000 Server or later
storage groups you want to recover.
On the navigation bar,
click the arrow next to Restore.
On the Properties pane,
under Source, click .
Select the latest full
backups of each storage group for restore.
If continuous protection
is enabled, you can select the backup sets from a full backup or a
If the Exchange 2000
Server being recovered contains the Site Replication Service (SRS)
and/or Key Management Service (KMS), then select those databases
for restore as well.
If necessary, select all
subsequent incremental storage group backups.
If differential backups
are to be restored, only the most recent differential storage group
backups need to be selected.
On the Properties pane,
under Settings, click .
Click the option.
In the Path on Exchange
Server for temporary storage of log and patch files field, type a
location where the associated log and patch files are to be kept
until the database is restored.
Make sure the temporary
location for log and patch files is empty before you start a
restore job. If a restore job fails, check the temporary location
(including subdirectories) to make sure any previous log and patch
files from a previous restore job were deleted.
If your selection
contains the last backup set to be restored, check .
Do not check this if you
still have backup sets to restore.
If Commit after restore
completes is checked when an intermediate backup is being applied,
you cannot continue to restore backups and you must restart the
restore operation from the beginning.
After the database is
restored, the log and patch files in the temporary location are
applied to the database, and then the current log files are
applied. After the restore is complete, the log and patch files are
automatically deleted from the temporary location (including any
If you want the databases
to be immediately available to users after the recovery, check
Start the restore job or
select other restore options on the Properties pane.
After completing the
restore, it is recommended that a full backup of the restored
databases be performed.