Performing a local Disaster Recovery with 11d

A local disaster recovery is when you are recovering a Backup Exec media server, with no assistance from other Backup Exec media servers. If you have more than one media server, it's easier to perform a remote disaster recovery using another media server

To perform a disaster recovery (restore from scratch) of a Windows XP, Windows 2000 or Windows Server 2003 computer, the relevant section of the Backup Exec 11d Administrator's Guide is page 659 onwards.

This process is also relevant for domain controllers, unless you are doing an authoritative restore. This covers restoring the Backup Exec media server.

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