To test DIRT backup and restore I am attempting to restore a customers database onto a clean system in my lab. The restore is sucessful in every aspect except it fails to restore messages ( instead it puts them all in the EAdmin mailbox ). I have followed the help file in the DIRT restore utility i.e. Regedit to ShowSecurityPage which worked and allowed us to give the Administrator account full control for each Mail store object in each storage group in Exchange but the message restore still fails. The restore output log is included below,. Please can you shed some light on the matter.
Couple things here... there's been a number of updates to DiRT restore - you probably want to grab the latest version of www.CiscoUnityTools.com - build 211 (as opposed to 192 you're running) is the current release. Download 211 and give it a whilr, it could be related to the INI file I construct to automate the ExMerge restore not being updated properly (there was a bug along those lines fixed between 192 and 211).
If that's not it, try running ExMerge stand alone and do a manual restore - the EXE will be in the Exsvr\bin directory and you can just follow the "part 2" of the 2 step process (importing the PST files) - and walk through the wizard - if it's unhappy there it should say why.
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