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Arcserve 16.5 - unable to restore Public Folder Database

Arcserve 16.5 - unable to restore Public Folder Database

Arcserve 16.5 - unable to restore Public Folder Database


I´m trying to restore the public folder database to the Exchange server.

Each time i try it Arcserve Backup says: "Please specify a target on databaselevel to restore the restoredatabase"
i use the german version and i don´t know the original english error message. So i try to translate it.

Exchange is 2010, Arcsere Backup 16.5 SP1.

Source: LTO-Tape.
In german version the restore-method is called "Wiederherstellen nach Baumstruktur". It is the first option in pull-down menu.

I chose "exchange-organisation-->Server--> Microsoft exchange databaselvel --> public folder database" as Source.

Target: same

After confirm this the above message appears.

Support from Arcserve is very slow an i have to wait to many hours/days for remote-support.

Pls help me

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