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Backup Failure - 2.Feb.2006 8:55:45 PM   


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I can't get NT Backup to work with Exchange server.

I get the error:
SBS1\Microsoft Information Store\First Storage Group is not a valid drive, or you do not have access.

The Exchange database lives on the D: drive and SBS lives on the C: drive.

When I write the regime if I manually select the data store by tunneling through the driectories to the database location it will backup OK, just not when I use the backup wizard to select the data store.

I am writing an Incremental routine.

I am backing up to a Powervault NAS. My other backup regimes work fine to the same location with the same credentials, System state, User Profiles....

Any help appreciated

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RE: Backup Failure - 3.Feb.2006 2:57:08 PM   


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Does the account you use to backup with have full exchange admin rights?

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RE: Backup Failure - 3.Feb.2006 6:46:45 PM   


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I got bad advice from Microsoft phone support. I was told that an incremental backup would, on its first run, create a full backup, and then on subsequent runs append an incremental backup to the original.


According to Microsoft Article ID 255530: "The backup type is set to incremental or differential and the database has never had a full backup".

I was unable to find this article through any search related to the NT backup errors, but did find it by searching a related error in the event log, an ESE 206 error.

I am still unclear how to set up an incremental backup. There is a dearth of information on configuration. For incremental I am assuming I shoud write a regime that creates a normal backup say once per week. I would then write another regime that saves to the same file name, but is an incremental backup and runs daily. Does this sound right?

If anyone could point me to a book or comprehensive articel on NT backup I would be grateful.

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