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Can we change the domain controller to be backed up. As the existing Domain controller is going to be decommissioned. If so what is the impact of changing domain controller.
I have installed Recovery Manager for Active Directory version 10 and I tried to backup Active Directory from Windows Server 2019 domain controller. I get the error message "Unable to execute request (125). The data area passed to a system call is too...
Hi I am using a trail version of the RME with Netbackup . I am attempting to restore a Exchange 2003 backup directly from tape and the catalog phase fails with error " next files not found " . I read in the user guide that direct restore does...
I'm running the following command
$store | Get-RMEMailbox ($sDisplayName) | Restore-RMEMailbox -NamePrefix $sEmailAddress -TargetPath $path -pstSizelimit 2000 -verbose -SkipErrors 2>&1 >> $errorlog
As the mailbox is finished being...
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The latest version of Recovery Manager for Exchange (5.8.2) only supports Archive Manager 5.0, 5.2 and 5.3.
As Archive Manager 5.3 is due to enter 'Limited Support' quite soon (February 2019), it seems that RME is overdue an update to the versions of...
what's the rights SQL Server Roles to manage RMADFE?
I builded a new installation but wenn I try to run a new backup job I get this error:
Failed to start backup: cannot get backup agent access account from the Computer Collection properties.Error...
I was wondering if anyone may have experience with Backup Agent and more importantly Forest Recovery agent deployments using SCCM? Should the Forest Recovery agent push via SCCM be straight forward? I have a customer asking and I'm not able to...
I am using RMAD 8.8.1 with Win2K12 R2 DCs.
Are the firewall rules described in the following KB article still required for agent-based restores to work?
How to configure the Windows Firewall to allow the restore agent to be deployed (51897)
our customer has configured RMAD collections with DC storage and console storage option.
The size of the bkf file on the DCs are approx. 5 times higher comparing with the console bkf file.
Any reason for this??
We have Quest Backup for AD (RMAD) 126.96.36.19908 and we're looking at installing the latest version of RMADFE 8.8.1. Our DCs are Windows 2003. I know we need to uninstall the RMAD agents and RMAD console, but my question is what happens to our RMAD...
Trying to upgrade our DC using rmad portal, the agent failed with "Failed: Bad exit code"
Also what is the command to log agent installation step when installing using cli.
I am interested in setting up recovery manager portal. It is asking for SQL instance, can I use the same sql instance setup for RMAD? If I enter SQL server and instance that dont exist, will it auto create this on the sql server (same as RMAD setup),...