I made an recovery point for use with the Granular Restore option so I can restore seperate mails/mailboxes.
I have made an backeup off all drives (C: and D:) on the exchange 2007 server (has 64-bits windows 2003 STD) with a Recovery Point Set.
C: is the system drive and D: is the drive with the informationstore off Exchange 2007.
Once a month the set is renewed with a full backup. Every day I make an incremental.
The destination is a network share (also tried an external harddrive, same problem).
The backup is secured with a password and standard 128-bits (8+ characters password) AES encryption.
The password has 16 characters. uppercase lowercase and an @.
When I restore the system on diffrent hardware the password works fine.
When I choose for a granular restore I get the following messages after entering the password.
" The password that you have entered is not valid. Please check that you entered it correctly. "
I'm sure i type the right password. I typed the password in notepad so I can see it and copy paste it. Doesn't work.
When I make an non password secured backup. The granular restore works fine.
The password is working by the server restore.
What can be the reason that the password is not recognized by the granular restore?
Chris... is there any movement on this? I'm currently prepping the download to upgrade from 9.0.0 to 9.0.1 and see if it makes a difference, but have the same issue. I'm working with SBS 2003, full BESR 2010 product (not SBS version), and for a couple of the iv2i files it asks for the password, waits a VERY long time with high CPU, and drives being mounted and dismounted, then eventually asks again. No end to this loop.