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EDB Data recover?

Old 05-05-2016, 02:18 AM
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1.Select one of the existing public folder servers in the environment. [Using an existing server simplifies the process a bit.] You will isolate this GM Tech 2 scanner system from its replication partners, so choose a system that doesn’t serve as the source for a lot of content which needs to be replicated.
2.Using Registry Editor, set the value of the Replication registry key (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentContro... ) to 0(zero).

Note: You may need to create this DWORD key if it doesn’t already exist. Further information on the Replication registry key is available in the article, “Replication does not occur for one Exchange server in the organization”. This registry key also applies to Exchange Server 2007 and 2010.

3.Restore the public folder database in place using your normal restoration procedure.
4.Using an Outlook client, log onto a mailbox which uses the restored public folder database as its default public folder store (this is necessary in order to see the restored folders). If you don’t have a mailbox database which uses that public folder database as its default, either create a new mailbox database (recommended) or change an existing mailbox database to use the newly-restored public folder database.
5.If necessary, click the Folders icon at bottom left of the Navigation screen, and then expand the public folders node.
6.Copy each of the folders you wish to restore to another location within the public folder hierarchy. If you’re restoring an entire hierarchy, you can simply Ctrl-click and drag the root folder to make new copies of all subfolders. Although the new folders will have similar names to the originals, the underlying folder IDs (FIDs) are different.
7.Once you’ve created copies of all of the folders, verify that the replica lists include all desired targets (and reconfigure as appropriate).
8.At this point, it’s now safe GM Tech 2 to reintroduce that server into the production environment. To do so, dismount the public folder database, delete the Replication registry key (or set it to 1), and then remount the database.
9.As soon as hierarchy is replicated to the server, the original folders will once again disappear, but the copies of the folders will be replicated to all replication partners.
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