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Modular Messaging MAS backup to MSS

Modular Messaging MAS backup to MSS

Modular Messaging MAS backup to MSS

I wanted to be sure that I understand the backup process of the mas modular messaging servers. The sql database in them backs up to the MSS server. The MSS server backs up to the network.
Is this process correct? We have to apply the 2005 sql patch to the two mas servers and want to be sure they are being backed up correctly.

We are MM 5.2 SP16.

Thanks. Dianne

RE: Modular Messaging MAS backup to MSS

Your I.T. Guy's must not have much to do. They must have seen this when doing an audit on the server about the elevated privileges scenario on SQL if using the reporting services. This can be used to create a false website on the server.

I don't think you have any thing to worry about on the MAS.

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