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new server exceptions

new server exceptions

new server exceptions

We added in two new servers (Domain Controllers) onto our backup exec and the installations and backups have run successfullky. However both have run with exceptions as follows:

Exception One:

You can only perform full restores of the Active Directory database from this Backup Exec server. To restore individual Active Directory or ADAM objects and attributes from tape to a 64-bit computer, you must move the tape to a Backup Exec server that is running on a 64-bit operating system.

Exception Two:

Backup Exec discovered recovery partition that do not have drive letters assigned to them. Backup Exec cannot back up recovery partitions that do not have drive letters.
The recovery partition contains a Windows recovery environment that you can use to diagnose and repair operating system errors. To use this feature after a disaster recovery, you must back up the recovery partition.
You can assign a drive letter to a recovery partition to back it up.

Any help will be much appreciated

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