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  1. Exchange 2000 Restore

    Hello Veritas NG

    On a Windows 2000 , Exchange 2000 Enterprise Servers I have 4 Mailbox
    Stores, this becomes backuped with Netbackup 5.1 MP3.
    the Mailbox Store configuration is as follows:

    USA Mailbox Store (exchangeserver) ====>10GB Size concerned Store
    EUROPE Mailbox Store (exchangeserver)
    ASIA Mailbox Store (exchangeserver)
    TestUser Mailbox Store (exchangeserver)

    The Trabsaction Logfiles path for the First Storage Groupe
    E:\MDBDTA\LOG

    Since a user deleted its mails, and I must accomplish a restore of the USA
    Mailbox Store (exchangeserver) from the Date 20.06.2005
    if I start a restore of 20.06.2005 I receive the following error message:

    7/16/2005 4:22:20 PM - begin Restore
    7/16/2005 4:22:23 PM - media 000056 required
    7/16/2005 4:22:23 PM - restoring image exchangeserver_1119308986
    7/16/2005 4:22:25 PM - connecting
    7/16/2005 4:22:29 PM - connected; connect time: 00:00:04
    7/16/2005 4:22:29 PM - started process bptm (6024)
    7/16/2005 4:22:29 PM - started process bptm (2644)
    7/16/2005 4:22:29 PM - started process bptm (6024)
    7/16/2005 4:22:29 PM - mounting 000056
    7/16/2005 4:23:30 PM - mounted; mount time: 00:01:01
    7/16/2005 4:23:30 PM - positioning 000056 to file 102
    7/16/2005 4:24:33 PM - positioned 000056; position time: 00:01:03
    7/16/2005 4:24:36 PM - begin reading
    7/16/2005 4:25:47 PM - end reading; read time: 00:01:11
    7/16/2005 4:25:47 PM - begin reading
    7/16/2005 4:26:57 PM - end reading; read time: 00:01:10
    7/16/2005 4:26:57 PM - begin reading
    7/16/2005 4:28:23 PM - end reading; read time: 00:01:26
    7/16/2005 4:28:23 PM - begin reading
    7/16/2005 4:29:44 PM - end reading; read time: 00:01:21
    7/16/2005 4:29:44 PM - begin reading
    7/16/2005 4:29:53 PM - Warning bpbrm(pid=3816) from client exchangeserver:
    WRN - error writing object: Microsoft Information Store:\First Storage
    Group\USA Mailbox Store (exchangeserver)
    7/16/2005 4:29:54 PM - Warning bpbrm(pid=3816) from client exchangeserver:
    WRN - error writing byte: -311100928
    7/16/2005 4:29:54 PM - Warning bpbrm(pid=3816) from client exchangeserver:
    WRN - desired byte count: 65536
    7/16/2005 4:29:54 PM - Warning bpbrm(pid=3816) from client exchangeserver:
    WRN - actual byte count: 14070
    7/16/2005 4:30:27 PM - Error bptm(pid=2644) The following files/folders were
    not restored:
    7/16/2005 4:30:27 PM - Error bptm(pid=2644) UTF - /Microsoft Information
    Store/First Storage Group/USA Mailbox Store (exchangeserver)
    7/16/2005 4:30:27 PM - Error bptm(pid=2644) UTF - /Microsoft Information
    Store/First Storage Group/Log files_1119308986
    7/16/2005 4:30:28 PM - end Restore; elapsed time: 00:08:08
    termination requested by administrator(150)
    7/16/2005 4:30:33 PM - Error bpbrm(pid=3816) client restore EXIT STATUS 150:
    termination requested by administrator

    If I start restorte from the current day, I do not have any errors, and i
    can Mount the store after the end of restore...

    7/16/2005 4:32:54 PM - begin Restore
    7/16/2005 4:33:03 PM - restoring image exchangeserver_1121515974
    7/16/2005 4:33:05 PM - connecting
    7/16/2005 4:33:09 PM - connected; connect time: 00:00:04
    7/16/2005 4:33:09 PM - started process bpdm (7300)
    7/16/2005 4:33:09 PM - started process bpdm (7092)
    7/16/2005 4:33:10 PM - begin reading
    7/16/2005 4:33:47 PM - end reading; read time: 00:00:37
    7/16/2005 4:33:49 PM - begin reading
    7/16/2005 4:35:16 PM - end reading; read time: 00:01:27
    7/16/2005 4:35:18 PM - begin reading
    7/16/2005 4:36:52 PM - end reading; read time: 00:01:34
    7/16/2005 4:36:53 PM - begin reading
    7/16/2005 4:38:40 PM - end reading; read time: 00:01:47
    7/16/2005 4:38:41 PM - begin reading
    7/16/2005 4:40:25 PM - end reading; read time: 00:01:44
    7/16/2005 4:40:26 PM - begin reading
    7/16/2005 4:42:24 PM - end reading; read time: 00:01:58
    7/16/2005 4:42:24 PM - begin reading
    7/16/2005 4:44:17 PM - end reading; read time: 00:01:53
    7/16/2005 4:44:17 PM - begin reading
    7/16/2005 4:44:41 PM - end reading; read time: 00:00:24
    7/16/2005 4:44:50 PM - restored image exchangeserver_1121515974 - (the
    requested operation was successfully completed(0)); restore time 00:11:47
    7/16/2005 4:44:51 PM - end Restore; elapsed time: 00:11:57
    the requested operation was successfully completed(0)

    can say their to me someone which I make wrong?

    I thank you in advance..

    Regards
    Jahn



  2. Re: Exchange 2000 Restore


    I also need to restore a mailbox store (the public one).
    I have netBackup 5.1 MP3 and my public folders just over 10Gb.

    My Exchange server is 2003 enterprise.

    Here is my log:

    16:52:23 (41010.001) TAR - Restoring Exchange 2000 ESE object D:\Program
    Files\Exchsrvr\mdbdata\pub1.edb
    17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - error writing object: Microsoft Information Store:\First
    Storage Group\Public Folder Store (MONTREAL)
    17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - error writing byte: -1756890624
    17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - desired byte count: 65536
    17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - actual byte count: 14160
    17:22:54 (41010.001) The following files/folders were not restored:
    17:22:54 (41010.001) UTF - /Microsoft Information Store/First Storage Group/Log
    files_1129933871
    17:22:54 (41010.001) INF - TAR EXITING WITH STATUS = 0
    17:22:54 (41010.001) INF - TAR RESTORED 0 OF 1 FILES SUCCESSFULLY


    I have the same error (desired byte count). What do we make wrong???
    Is that a setting on the backup server?

    thanks a lot for your help!

  3. Re: Exchange 2000 Restore


    I had an identical error reported to my by our Exchange admin. He was using
    the Windows restore GUI locally on the Exchange server and found he was accidently
    trying to restore the Exchange database to the wrong container, the database
    was reporting the WRN-desired byte count error, as it obviously didn't understand
    why the data stream ended so abruptly.

    This may help someone else.

    Rgds

    "Sebastien" wrote:
    >
    >I also need to restore a mailbox store (the public one).
    >I have netBackup 5.1 MP3 and my public folders just over 10Gb.
    >
    >My Exchange server is 2003 enterprise.
    >
    >Here is my log:
    >
    >16:52:23 (41010.001) TAR - Restoring Exchange 2000 ESE object D:\Program
    >Files\Exchsrvr\mdbdata\pub1.edb
    >17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - error writing object: Microsoft Information Store:\First
    >Storage Group\Public Folder Store (MONTREAL)
    >17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - error writing byte: -1756890624
    >17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - desired byte count: 65536
    >17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - actual byte count: 14160
    >17:22:54 (41010.001) The following files/folders were not restored:
    >17:22:54 (41010.001) UTF - /Microsoft Information Store/First Storage Group/Log
    >files_1129933871
    >17:22:54 (41010.001) INF - TAR EXITING WITH STATUS = 0
    >17:22:54 (41010.001) INF - TAR RESTORED 0 OF 1 FILES SUCCESSFULLY
    >
    >
    >I have the same error (desired byte count). What do we make wrong???
    >Is that a setting on the backup server?
    >
    >thanks a lot for your help!



  4. Re: Exchange 2000 Restore


    So what is the workaround to this problem? I have also tried to restore and
    get the WRN errors. It looks like it is restoring for 2 hours and then it
    finishes and there is nothing there. The logs and databases are there, but
    there are about 2 megs each! Thanks for your help.

    "George Johnson" wrote:
    >
    >I had an identical error reported to my by our Exchange admin. He was using
    >the Windows restore GUI locally on the Exchange server and found he was

    accidently
    >trying to restore the Exchange database to the wrong container, the database
    >was reporting the WRN-desired byte count error, as it obviously didn't understand
    >why the data stream ended so abruptly.
    >
    >This may help someone else.
    >
    >Rgds
    >
    >"Sebastien" wrote:
    >>
    >>I also need to restore a mailbox store (the public one).
    >>I have netBackup 5.1 MP3 and my public folders just over 10Gb.
    >>
    >>My Exchange server is 2003 enterprise.
    >>
    >>Here is my log:
    >>
    >>16:52:23 (41010.001) TAR - Restoring Exchange 2000 ESE object D:\Program
    >>Files\Exchsrvr\mdbdata\pub1.edb
    >>17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - error writing object: Microsoft Information

    Store:\First
    >>Storage Group\Public Folder Store (MONTREAL)
    >>17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - error writing byte: -1756890624
    >>17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - desired byte count: 65536
    >>17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - actual byte count: 14160
    >>17:22:54 (41010.001) The following files/folders were not restored:
    >>17:22:54 (41010.001) UTF - /Microsoft Information Store/First Storage Group/Log
    >>files_1129933871
    >>17:22:54 (41010.001) INF - TAR EXITING WITH STATUS = 0
    >>17:22:54 (41010.001) INF - TAR RESTORED 0 OF 1 FILES SUCCESSFULLY
    >>
    >>
    >>I have the same error (desired byte count). What do we make wrong???
    >>Is that a setting on the backup server?
    >>
    >>thanks a lot for your help!

    >



  5. Re: Exchange 2000 Restore


    "Jacob" wrote:
    >
    >So what is the workaround to this problem? I have also tried to restore

    and
    >get the WRN errors. It looks like it is restoring for 2 hours and then

    it
    >finishes and there is nothing there. The logs and databases are there,

    but
    >there are about 2 megs each! Thanks for your help.
    >
    >"George Johnson" wrote:
    >>
    >>I had an identical error reported to my by our Exchange admin. He was using
    >>the Windows restore GUI locally on the Exchange server and found he was

    >accidently
    >>trying to restore the Exchange database to the wrong container, the database
    >>was reporting the WRN-desired byte count error, as it obviously didn't

    understand
    >>why the data stream ended so abruptly.
    >>
    >>This may help someone else.
    >>
    >>Rgds
    >>
    >>"Sebastien" wrote:
    >>>
    >>>I also need to restore a mailbox store (the public one).
    >>>I have netBackup 5.1 MP3 and my public folders just over 10Gb.
    >>>
    >>>My Exchange server is 2003 enterprise.
    >>>
    >>>Here is my log:
    >>>
    >>>16:52:23 (41010.001) TAR - Restoring Exchange 2000 ESE object D:\Program
    >>>Files\Exchsrvr\mdbdata\pub1.edb
    >>>17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - error writing object: Microsoft Information

    >Store:\First
    >>>Storage Group\Public Folder Store (MONTREAL)
    >>>17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - error writing byte: -1756890624
    >>>17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - desired byte count: 65536
    >>>17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - actual byte count: 14160
    >>>17:22:54 (41010.001) The following files/folders were not restored:
    >>>17:22:54 (41010.001) UTF - /Microsoft Information Store/First Storage

    Group/Log
    >>>files_1129933871
    >>>17:22:54 (41010.001) INF - TAR EXITING WITH STATUS = 0
    >>>17:22:54 (41010.001) INF - TAR RESTORED 0 OF 1 FILES SUCCESSFULLY
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>I have the same error (desired byte count). What do we make wrong???
    >>>Is that a setting on the backup server?
    >>>
    >>>thanks a lot for your help!

    >>

    >I am also seeing the same issue while attempting to restore storage group.

    Did you find the answer to this issue?


  6. Re: Exchange 2000 Restore


    I encountered this error message when trying to restore exchange 2003. The
    problem was that the Recovery Storage group was created. I deleted it and
    was able to restore the database. Once the Recovery Storage group is created,
    all restores will be directed to it. In my case, I had removed the mailbox
    store from the Recovery Storage Group, thinking that if it was not there,
    the restore would go to the original location. Not true, you must either
    restore to mailbox stores in the Recovery Storage group or delete it completely
    to recover to the original location.


    "Sandy Dodd" wrote:
    >
    >"Jacob" wrote:
    >>
    >>So what is the workaround to this problem? I have also tried to restore

    >and
    >>get the WRN errors. It looks like it is restoring for 2 hours and then

    >it
    >>finishes and there is nothing there. The logs and databases are there,

    >but
    >>there are about 2 megs each! Thanks for your help.
    >>
    >>"George Johnson" wrote:
    >>>
    >>>I had an identical error reported to my by our Exchange admin. He was

    using
    >>>the Windows restore GUI locally on the Exchange server and found he was

    >>accidently
    >>>trying to restore the Exchange database to the wrong container, the database
    >>>was reporting the WRN-desired byte count error, as it obviously didn't

    >understand
    >>>why the data stream ended so abruptly.
    >>>
    >>>This may help someone else.
    >>>
    >>>Rgds
    >>>
    >>>"Sebastien" wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>I also need to restore a mailbox store (the public one).
    >>>>I have netBackup 5.1 MP3 and my public folders just over 10Gb.
    >>>>
    >>>>My Exchange server is 2003 enterprise.
    >>>>
    >>>>Here is my log:
    >>>>
    >>>>16:52:23 (41010.001) TAR - Restoring Exchange 2000 ESE object D:\Program
    >>>>Files\Exchsrvr\mdbdata\pub1.edb
    >>>>17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - error writing object: Microsoft Information

    >>Store:\First
    >>>>Storage Group\Public Folder Store (MONTREAL)
    >>>>17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - error writing byte: -1756890624
    >>>>17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - desired byte count: 65536
    >>>>17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - actual byte count: 14160
    >>>>17:22:54 (41010.001) The following files/folders were not restored:
    >>>>17:22:54 (41010.001) UTF - /Microsoft Information Store/First Storage

    >Group/Log
    >>>>files_1129933871
    >>>>17:22:54 (41010.001) INF - TAR EXITING WITH STATUS = 0
    >>>>17:22:54 (41010.001) INF - TAR RESTORED 0 OF 1 FILES SUCCESSFULLY
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>I have the same error (desired byte count). What do we make wrong???
    >>>>Is that a setting on the backup server?
    >>>>
    >>>>thanks a lot for your help!
    >>>

    >>I am also seeing the same issue while attempting to restore storage group.

    >Did you find the answer to this issue?
    >



  7. Re: Exchange 2000 Restore


    Adding backup user to Exchange Enterprise Servers group fixed the issue here.

    "Jacob" wrote:
    >
    >So what is the workaround to this problem? I have also tried to restore

    and
    >get the WRN errors. It looks like it is restoring for 2 hours and then

    it
    >finishes and there is nothing there. The logs and databases are there,

    but
    >there are about 2 megs each! Thanks for your help.
    >
    >"George Johnson" wrote:
    >>
    >>I had an identical error reported to my by our Exchange admin. He was using
    >>the Windows restore GUI locally on the Exchange server and found he was

    >accidently
    >>trying to restore the Exchange database to the wrong container, the database
    >>was reporting the WRN-desired byte count error, as it obviously didn't

    understand
    >>why the data stream ended so abruptly.
    >>
    >>This may help someone else.
    >>
    >>Rgds
    >>
    >>"Sebastien" wrote:
    >>>
    >>>I also need to restore a mailbox store (the public one).
    >>>I have netBackup 5.1 MP3 and my public folders just over 10Gb.
    >>>
    >>>My Exchange server is 2003 enterprise.
    >>>
    >>>Here is my log:
    >>>
    >>>16:52:23 (41010.001) TAR - Restoring Exchange 2000 ESE object D:\Program
    >>>Files\Exchsrvr\mdbdata\pub1.edb
    >>>17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - error writing object: Microsoft Information

    >Store:\First
    >>>Storage Group\Public Folder Store (MONTREAL)
    >>>17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - error writing byte: -1756890624
    >>>17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - desired byte count: 65536
    >>>17:16:10 (41010.001) WRN - actual byte count: 14160
    >>>17:22:54 (41010.001) The following files/folders were not restored:
    >>>17:22:54 (41010.001) UTF - /Microsoft Information Store/First Storage

    Group/Log
    >>>files_1129933871
    >>>17:22:54 (41010.001) INF - TAR EXITING WITH STATUS = 0
    >>>17:22:54 (41010.001) INF - TAR RESTORED 0 OF 1 FILES SUCCESSFULLY
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>I have the same error (desired byte count). What do we make wrong???
    >>>Is that a setting on the backup server?
    >>>
    >>>thanks a lot for your help!

    >>

    >



  8. Re: Exchange 2000 Restore



    The Exchange Information Store automatically redirects all restore operations
    to the Recovery Storage Group (if a Recovery Storage Group exists on the
    server). When a Recovery Storage Group is created on a server, Exchange checks
    to see if the database that is selected for the restore operation is present
    in the Recovery Storage Group. If it is present, the database files are restored
    to the Recovery Storage Group. If it is not present, the restore operation
    stops. Event messages that are similar to the following may appear in the
    application event log:

    Event Type: Error
    Event Source: MSExchangeIS
    Event Category: Exchange Backup Restore
    Event ID: 9635
    Computer: EXCHANGE
    Description: Failed to find a database to restore to from the Microsoft Active
    Directory. Storage Group specified on the backup media is [GUID]. Database
    specified on backup media is [Database Name] (EXCHANGE), error is 0xc7fe1f42.


    Event Type: Error
    Event Source: ESE BACKUP
    Event Category: Callback
    Event ID: 904
    Computer: EXCHANGE
    Description: Information Store (4000) Callback function call ErrESECBRestoreGetDestination
    ended with error 0xC7FE1F42 Database not found.

    If you delete the Recovery Storage Group, the information store reverts to
    typical restore behavior. That is, restore operations are not automatically
    redirected to the Recovery Storage Group.

    If you do not want to restore data to the Recovery Storage Group and you
    do not want to delete the Recovery Storage Group, create the Recovery SG
    Override value in the following registry key, and then set the value to 1:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \System \CurrentControlSet \Services \MSExchangeIS \ParametersSystem
    When you create this value, the information store ignores the Recovery Storage
    Group during a restore operation. Warning Serious problems might occur if
    you modify the registry incorrectly by using Registry Editor or by using
    another method. These problems might require that you reinstall your operating
    system. Microsoft cannot guarantee that these problems can be solved. Modify
    the registry at your own risk.
    To create and configure the Recovery SG Override registry value: 1. Click
    Start, and then click Run.
    2. In the Open box, type regedit, and then click OK.
    3. Locate and then click the following registry key:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \System \CurrentControlSet \Services \MSExchangeIS \ParametersSystem
    4. On the Edit menu, point to New, and then click DWORD Value.
    5. Type Recovery SG Override, and then press ENTER.
    6. On the Edit menu, click Modify
    7. In the Value data box, type 1, and then click OK.
    8. Quit Registry Editor.
    Important Make sure that you delete the Recovery SG Override registry value
    when you no longer require it.




    "Jahn Helsing" wrote:
    >Hello Veritas NG
    >
    >On a Windows 2000 , Exchange 2000 Enterprise Servers I have 4 Mailbox
    >Stores, this becomes backuped with Netbackup 5.1 MP3.
    >the Mailbox Store configuration is as follows:
    >
    >USA Mailbox Store (exchangeserver) ====>10GB Size concerned Store
    >EUROPE Mailbox Store (exchangeserver)
    >ASIA Mailbox Store (exchangeserver)
    >TestUser Mailbox Store (exchangeserver)
    >
    >The Trabsaction Logfiles path for the First Storage Groupe
    >E:\MDBDTA\LOG
    >
    >Since a user deleted its mails, and I must accomplish a restore of the USA


    >Mailbox Store (exchangeserver) from the Date 20.06.2005
    >if I start a restore of 20.06.2005 I receive the following error message:
    >
    >7/16/2005 4:22:20 PM - begin Restore
    >7/16/2005 4:22:23 PM - media 000056 required
    >7/16/2005 4:22:23 PM - restoring image exchangeserver_1119308986
    >7/16/2005 4:22:25 PM - connecting
    >7/16/2005 4:22:29 PM - connected; connect time: 00:00:04
    >7/16/2005 4:22:29 PM - started process bptm (6024)
    >7/16/2005 4:22:29 PM - started process bptm (2644)
    >7/16/2005 4:22:29 PM - started process bptm (6024)
    >7/16/2005 4:22:29 PM - mounting 000056
    >7/16/2005 4:23:30 PM - mounted; mount time: 00:01:01
    >7/16/2005 4:23:30 PM - positioning 000056 to file 102
    >7/16/2005 4:24:33 PM - positioned 000056; position time: 00:01:03
    >7/16/2005 4:24:36 PM - begin reading
    >7/16/2005 4:25:47 PM - end reading; read time: 00:01:11
    >7/16/2005 4:25:47 PM - begin reading
    >7/16/2005 4:26:57 PM - end reading; read time: 00:01:10
    >7/16/2005 4:26:57 PM - begin reading
    >7/16/2005 4:28:23 PM - end reading; read time: 00:01:26
    >7/16/2005 4:28:23 PM - begin reading
    >7/16/2005 4:29:44 PM - end reading; read time: 00:01:21
    >7/16/2005 4:29:44 PM - begin reading
    >7/16/2005 4:29:53 PM - Warning bpbrm(pid=3816) from client exchangeserver:


    >WRN - error writing object: Microsoft Information Store:\First Storage
    >Group\USA Mailbox Store (exchangeserver)
    >7/16/2005 4:29:54 PM - Warning bpbrm(pid=3816) from client exchangeserver:


    >WRN - error writing byte: -311100928
    >7/16/2005 4:29:54 PM - Warning bpbrm(pid=3816) from client exchangeserver:


    >WRN - desired byte count: 65536
    >7/16/2005 4:29:54 PM - Warning bpbrm(pid=3816) from client exchangeserver:


    >WRN - actual byte count: 14070
    >7/16/2005 4:30:27 PM - Error bptm(pid=2644) The following files/folders

    were
    >not restored:
    >7/16/2005 4:30:27 PM - Error bptm(pid=2644) UTF - /Microsoft Information


    >Store/First Storage Group/USA Mailbox Store (exchangeserver)
    >7/16/2005 4:30:27 PM - Error bptm(pid=2644) UTF - /Microsoft Information


    >Store/First Storage Group/Log files_1119308986
    >7/16/2005 4:30:28 PM - end Restore; elapsed time: 00:08:08
    >termination requested by administrator(150)
    >7/16/2005 4:30:33 PM - Error bpbrm(pid=3816) client restore EXIT STATUS

    150:
    >termination requested by administrator
    >
    >If I start restorte from the current day, I do not have any errors, and

    i
    >can Mount the store after the end of restore...
    >
    >7/16/2005 4:32:54 PM - begin Restore
    >7/16/2005 4:33:03 PM - restoring image exchangeserver_1121515974
    >7/16/2005 4:33:05 PM - connecting
    >7/16/2005 4:33:09 PM - connected; connect time: 00:00:04
    >7/16/2005 4:33:09 PM - started process bpdm (7300)
    >7/16/2005 4:33:09 PM - started process bpdm (7092)
    >7/16/2005 4:33:10 PM - begin reading
    >7/16/2005 4:33:47 PM - end reading; read time: 00:00:37
    >7/16/2005 4:33:49 PM - begin reading
    >7/16/2005 4:35:16 PM - end reading; read time: 00:01:27
    >7/16/2005 4:35:18 PM - begin reading
    >7/16/2005 4:36:52 PM - end reading; read time: 00:01:34
    >7/16/2005 4:36:53 PM - begin reading
    >7/16/2005 4:38:40 PM - end reading; read time: 00:01:47
    >7/16/2005 4:38:41 PM - begin reading
    >7/16/2005 4:40:25 PM - end reading; read time: 00:01:44
    >7/16/2005 4:40:26 PM - begin reading
    >7/16/2005 4:42:24 PM - end reading; read time: 00:01:58
    >7/16/2005 4:42:24 PM - begin reading
    >7/16/2005 4:44:17 PM - end reading; read time: 00:01:53
    >7/16/2005 4:44:17 PM - begin reading
    >7/16/2005 4:44:41 PM - end reading; read time: 00:00:24
    >7/16/2005 4:44:50 PM - restored image exchangeserver_1121515974 - (the
    >requested operation was successfully completed(0)); restore time 00:11:47
    >7/16/2005 4:44:51 PM - end Restore; elapsed time: 00:11:57
    >the requested operation was successfully completed(0)
    >
    >can say their to me someone which I make wrong?
    >
    >I thank you in advance..
    >
    >Regards
    >Jahn
    >
    >



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