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Can't restore Registry error 1100, part 3


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This posting is probably going to be over-ridden since Retrospect 7.7 is due out in a couple of weeks (Retrospect on Twitter), but for those having problems with restoring Windows Server 2008/64-bit systems (Can't restore Registry error 1100), I think that I may have finally found a way to get things restored. The solution is VERY simple.


Install any version of Microsoft SQL Server 2005 on the affected systems (if you already have a Microsoft database installed, you're probably going to be OK, although I've only tested this with version 2005). I suggest Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express (it's free):


SQL Server 2005 Express


Make sure that you download and install the 64-bit version.


That's pretty much it. You don't even need to have the SQL Server add-on for Retrospect, and if you do have it, you don't have to add the database to Retrospect, thereby saving you a license.

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