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arcserve-KB : What permissions are required to perform an Exchange Granular Restore?

Last Update: 2016-11-23 17:04:09 UTC

 

Components:CA ARCSERVE D2D: 16.0
Last Modified Date:    09/07/2011
Document ID:    TEC549955
Tech Document
Title:  What permissions are required to perform an Exchange Granular Restore?

Description:

When performing an Exchange Granular Restore, you must ensure that the following permissions are in effect.

Solution:

Exchange Account Restore Permissions

To perform an Exchange Granular Restore, the following permissions are required for the account:

  • The account must be a domain account. 
  • The account must be a member of the Administrator group. 
  • The account must be a member of the Backup Operators group. 
  • There must be a mailbox associated with the account and the mailbox must be initialized. 

    • For Exchange Server 2003, 2007, and Exchange 2010 this mailbox must be in same Organization (Exchange Organization) of the Exchange server to which you plan to restore to (restore destination). 
  • The name of the mailbox must be unique. 

    • A unique name is a name that does not exist in the organization as a subset of characters in another mailbox name. 

      For example, if there is a mailbox named Administrator in your organization, you cannot use the name Admin.
  • The account user must have the proper role assignments:

    • For Exchange Server 2003 systems, the User Name must be a domain account with Exchange full administrator role.
    • For Exchange Server 2007 systems, the User Name must be a domain account with either the Exchange Organization administrator role or the Exchange server administrator role.
    • For Exchange Server 2010 systems, the User Name must be a domain account with Exchange Organization management role.

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