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    Backup Exec 12.5

    Hello,

    Probably a series of daft questions, but please bear with me

    I ordered Backup Exec and said I needed a way to backup our Exchange 2007 (Server 2008 64bit) server onto our StorageServer (Server 2008 64bit)

    I was sent a License for:

    SYMC BACKUP EXEC SERVER 12.5 WIN PER SERVER STD LIC EXPRESS BAND S x1
    SYMC BACKUP EXEC AGENT FOR MSFT EXCHANGE 12.5 WIN PER SERVER STD LIC EXPRESS BAND S x1

    and then 4 CDs:

    Symantec Backup Exec 12.5 For Windows Servers (x64 Version)
    Symantec Backup Exec 12.5 For Windows Servers (32bit Version)
    Symantec Backup Exec Continuous Protection Server 12.5
    Symantec Backup Exec 12.5 (Remote Agents for Linux, Unix & Mac)

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    Please can you tell me what I'm supposed to install on which server?

    Ta!

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    You'll want to put Symantec Backup Exec 12.5 For Windows Servers (x64 Version) onto your storage server, then you can remote install the agents from there..

    However if you've any issue you could install them from the same cd

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    I would have a separate workstation (or server) for backup exec, then install the remote agents onto the exchange server and storage server. This means that you can put the backup machine in a different location to the main servers for redundancy.

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