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Backup Cisco Unity

Hi all,

Someone can suggest me how to macke a completly system backup of Unity Server ?

I have seen that Veritas Backup is supported, but is possible to perform the backup with microsoft backup ?

Someone has already done the system backup without veritas ?

Thank's for any suggestion .....

Max

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Re: Backup Cisco Unity

Use the DiRT backup utility found at www.ciscounitytools.com

This will export your configuration to a flat file

Then backup that file and the DiRT backup and restore files (since you need to use the same version to recover) using the tools of your choice. Veritas is always a solid choice.

In case of a recovery you will rebuilt a clean Unity server (if you have a ghosted copy of a clean install you can have a quick recovery). Do not do any configuration on the unity server. Restore your backup of the DiRT backup and recovery files and the flat file unity backup. Install DiRT Restore. Then run the DiRT restore (make sure it is the same version that you used for the backup). Your system should be back up and running.

Steve

Cisco Employee

Re: Backup Cisco Unity

Max:

Here is a doc for everything you want to know about backing up Unity:

Backing Up and Restoring a Cisco Unity System (Version 4.0) http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps2237/products_white_paper09186a00801f4ba7.shtml#1140947

And here is the list of supported backup software:

Supported Backup Software http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps2237/prod_pre_installation_guide09186a0080117617.html#wp88410

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