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  1. prstoessel

    Cannot create ISO (Disaster Recovery)

    Not being a regular here at the forum, I just realized that I can search previous posts. I found my answer. Thanks.
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    Cannot create ISO (Disaster Recovery)

    Thanks, but upgrading right now is not an option. There was a workaround on this, I just don't remember where I found it.
  3. I ran into this problem before, but I forgot how to get around it. Is there some white paper that addresses this issue? (Please see screenshot)
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    Disaster Recovery

    Now that I am getting good backups again, I have turned my attention towards Disaster Recovery. In the course of following directions, I got a message indicating that the ISO image file will be 650 MB, which is a number larger than most burners will accommodate. I selected to continue with the process anyway, but what are my other options for this? Is there some white paper somewhere that I can read up on?
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    Trying to get rid of "Backup Incomplete"

    Okay. I can live with that. Thank you for your help throughout this issue.
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    Trying to get rid of "Backup Incomplete"

    I released and renewed the license and it would seem that my Exchange Server is backing up again. Here is a log file that indicates three errors on the BBALKE mailbox. Can someone please let me know if this is a concern? Thanks!
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    Trying to get rid of "Backup Incomplete"

    I'll get the open file and sql agents and see if that solves the problem. Thank you all very much for replying to my post.
  8. prstoessel

    Trying to get rid of "Backup Incomplete"

    I sure would have thought I'd have gotten SOME kind of response. Can no one out there help me?
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    Trying to get rid of "Backup Incomplete"

    This is my last call for help. I have cleared plenty of space off my c: drive. I have pruned all of the exchange mailboxes. I have the exchange server license installed. I have uninstalled/reinstalled retrospect. I am not getting good backups of my exchange server. My next solution is to switch to another product.
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    Trying to get rid of "Backup Incomplete"

    Suppose I uninstall and reinstall Retrospect?
  11. prstoessel

    Trying to get rid of "Backup Incomplete"

    Alright, well, I'm still trying to backup things and still not getting good backups of the Exchange Server. I have freed up about 1.2 GB on the C: drive for the time being, so space should not be an issue for Retrospect to do its thing. It is still not backing up the Exchange Server. Please see the log I posted above. I can post a new one, but it would look just like the one I posted already. Help?
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    Trying to get rid of "Backup Incomplete"

    I am backing up SBS2003 with Exchange Server. I continue to get errors from Retrospect indicating that backup either failed or is incomplete (see attached log in previous post). My c: drive on the server is approaching full capacity. I have moved the Retrospect catalog files to another partition and it was working just fine. However, now that my c: drive has less than 500 MB available, I am afraid that it may be causing Retrospect to fail. I have tried to clean everything out as much as possible and intend to rebuild the server so I can extend the partition, but don't want to do that until I know that I have a good backup in place - especially the Exchange Server. Advice?
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    Trying to get rid of "Backup Incomplete"

    I have purchased the Exchange agent. That was the only thing extra I purchased. Once upon a time, it was backed up. I started having these issues when I migrated to SBS2003 from SBS2000. Does this have something to do with the recent SQL updates?
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    Trying to get rid of "Backup Incomplete"

    Thanks for that explanation. I didn't realize that even though no files were open on workstations, that some files are still open by virtue of running Windows. Can you please look at the attached log file and tell me if there is anything else I should be concerned about?
  15. Okay- I posted in logs in the past from my backup process and have been told that the "File Sharing Violations" etc. are what gives me the "Backup Incomplete" message. The answer is to buy the open-file agent, I was told. However, on the latest backup I made sure that all of the workstations were shut down and there were absolutely no open files anywhere. I still got the same message. Also, whenever I delete a user account and Exchange Server mailbox, I get errors in the log that it cannot back it up anymore. Is there a way to tell Retrospect that a mailbox has been deleted and therefore it doesn't need to back it up? I live for the day when Retrospect runs and gives me a "Backup Complete" message with no errors. Someone please tell me how to get there.
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