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  1. For years, I've been running Retrospect 8.5 without any issues. Worked like a champ. This past April, I decided to upgrade to 15. BIG mistake. I've had nothing but issues. Retrospect crashes all the time. I can deal with that, but now, when I try to backup the Exchange 2013 server, the speeds are very slow. 100MB/Min. It's going to take 2 days to backup a 252GB database. What could be causing this? It was running fine on 8.5. GB speeds.
  2. I've been using Retrospect 8.5.0 (136) Multi Server with the Exchange connector. I've setup a script to backup the Exchange server. I went to do a test restore, and Retrospect says that there are no snapshots available in the backup set. If I try Database restore, same error. Also the same error when I try to restore a mailbox. No snapshots. I've reset and recreated the backup file a few times, still the same issue. The backup completes successfully. Any ideas?
  3. I'm backing up a new Exchange 2013 server. I'm wondering what best practice would be for using Retrospect backup. I tried a full backup of the entire server also using the Exchange connector, but I ended up with lots of errors regarding open files, etc. Should I only backup what the Exchange connector suggests, or should I also back up the transaction logs? Maybe the whole server? Any input would be appreciated. Thanks.
  4. Can I use a proactive backup script to backup a laptop of a user who only connects to the network when he decides to come to work? I need to capture the data on his machine, but the times he shows up are random. Thansk.
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