In short, it doesn't. Backup Exec System Recovery Option is effectively a feature-reduced version of Backup Exec System Recovery Server Edition. It is installed separately to Backup Exec, and administered separately.
Installing Backup Exec adds some Windows services. If you ever change them, you may wish to know how they came "out the box".
When you apply a hotfix to your media servers, you often need to also update your remote agents. In practice this sometimes gets missed for various reasons, so how do you determine what version of the remote agent is installed on your servers?
This information has been gleaned from various sources across the web.
It is possible during a disaster recovery that the system being recovered may crash (blue screen) during the restore of the system files component of system state. Upon Windows startup, the error "System error: Lsass.exe. When trying to update a password the return status indicates that the value provided as the current password is not […]
Restoring data with Backup Exec is (generally) easy. However in some circumstances the way you build your selection lists can drastically affect the amoount of time the restore takes.
If you have your media sets configured correctly, then you will usually find that your backup-to-disk folders remain a constant size. In some circumstances you may need to remove some backup-to-disk files in order to free up some space.
Do you use a robotic library? An inventory of all slots usually takes very long. By using bar code labels, you can reduce that time dramatically…
If you are using Backup Exec 11d build 6235, you'll no doubt be aware that build 7170 is available. Why upgrade? What does 7170 offer that 6235 doesn't?
If you backup Exchange to disk using the Granular Restore Technology option (Enable the restore of individual mail messages and folders), you will find your backup-to-disk folder filling up with .IMG files. Regardless of the media set rules you set for your backup, the files are not overwritten, and continue to accumulate until they fill […]