Topic Last Modified: 2007-02-16
Microsoft Exchange Database Recovery Management runs in two modes: Auto Detect or Manual Input. In Auto Detect mode, Exchange Database Recovery Management can access Active Directory directory service configuration information for an Exchange server and automatically locate database and transaction log files in the configured path locations. In Manual Input mode, you can specify explicit file paths to database and transaction log files.
- In Auto Detect mode, you must have the required permissions in
Active Directory to read Exchange configuration information, and
you must have read and write permissions on the Exchange server for
folders where Exchange data is stored.
- For Exchange Database Recovery Management to run correctly,
.NET Framework 1.1 must be installed on the computer on which
Exchange Database Recovery Management will run.
- You can run Exchange Database Recovery Management on computers
that are running Microsoft Windows 2000 Server, Microsoft Windows
Server 2003 and Microsoft Windows XP.
You can run Exchange Server Database Recovery Management in the following environments:
- Exchange 2000 Server SP3 and later versions on Windows 2000
Server SP3 and later versions
- Exchange Server 2003 (all service packs) on Windows 2000 Server
SP3 and later versions
- Exchange Server 2003 (all service packs) on Windows Server