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Restore issues

Restore issues

Restore issues

I am testing backup an restore in a Lab environment on Server Edition (Primary Server, One IP500v2, and an Application server not running either app
just for the backups).

I added the application server on one of my Aura AVPs and upped the Hard Drive to 250Gb and set the HTTP backup to yes. I backed up both devices to the App server then as a test removed users assigned to the Server and the Gateway.

I restored the Gateway and after the reboot the users were back.

I restored the Primary server and it went through the motions and rebooted and said restore successful on the Solutions page, but when I checked the users they didn't come back.

RE: Restore issues

anyone had similar?

RE: Restore issues

Doesn't matter restored it a second time and all the users came back, removed all the users and restored again and now it works every time so just another 11.1 feature I guess smile

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