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Exchange 2010 Backup & Recovery

A comprehensive guide for Exchange 2010 backup and recovery procedures, including simple email recovery from OWA or Outlook, mailbox removal and connection, lost server restoration, and complex recovery methods.

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Exchange 2010 Backup & Recovery

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  1. Exchange 2010 Backup & Recovery تهیه کننده : آرش قمبری arash57@gmail.com Ver:2.3

  2. Simple Recovery • User lost email -> Recover from OWA or Outlook (Earlier than 14days) • Administrator Remove Mailbox -> connect Mailbox (Earlier than 30days) • Lost one Exchange Server restore ADDS Computer Object install os & SP and update it rename & join to domain same name as a lost server install Exchange requirement install exchange setup /m:recoverserver install Exchange SP&Update restore mailbox to the same location

  3. Complex Recovery • Introduce Recovery Database(RDB) new-mailboxdatabase -name<> –recovery<> –server<> –edbfilepath<> -logfolderpath<> • Recover mailbox (older than 30days) create RDB mailbox restore backup to this location Eseutil /r Exx mount database use new-mailboxrestorerequest New-mailboxrestorerequest –sourcedatabase RDB –sourcestoremailbox <name or GUID> -target mailbox

  4. Complex Recovery • Recover database using database portability check database is in clear state create DB on another server set DB to accept recovery set-mailboxdatabase –identity –allowfilerestore:$true move files from another server mount database get-mailbox –database <old db> | set-mailbox –database <new db>

  5. Complex Recovery • Introduce Dial tone Database • Recovery database via dial tone database: move logs from original folder to safe folder force mount lost database (create dial tone database) restore backup to safe folder & use ESEUTIL /R create recovery database from safe folder mount recovery database Swaping RDB & DTDB (logs & DB) for two database Set-mailboxdatabase–identity –allowfilerestore:$true mount two database use new-mailboxrestorerequest

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