Can someone please tell me if SSR 2013 will include granular restore of Exchange 2010 Contacts and/or Calendars?
(SSR 2011 can only restore mailboxes)
And, what about an agent for SQL Server 2008?
Now Symantec System Recovery 2013 are released now.
New Symantec System Recovery 2013 Out Now
You can download the new version of Symantec System Recovery from Monday 7th Jan 2013 onwards by visiting: http://www.symantec.com/system-recovery-server-edition
Glad to see 64-bit recovery disc driver support and also the stand-alone monitoring (not tied to the Symantec Management Platform). Can you manage backup jobs using this new stand-alone console? In my opinion, tying SSR 2011 management to Symantec Management Platform was a mistake, it took a simple product and made it much more difficult to manage. The SMP console is a mess.
If it's currently in the software, it will be upgraded to SSR 2013 to accomdate Windows 8 and Server 2012. If you need further details, you may want to call Symantec sales for more specific information.
Using the monitor, you can connect to each remote machine and manage the backup jobs. However, you can only manage one job at a time, hence why this is designed for small (up to 100) environments.
I agree that the Management Solution is more complex but it's really designed for large (several hundred and above) environments.
Since Symantec System Recovery 2013 Management Solution is now installed via Symantec Installation Manager, please add the download of SIM to the FileConnect for System Recovery 2013. This would enable new customers to install the Management Solution quickly. Thanks!
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The upgrade of SSR 2011 to SSR 2013 is in place upgrade so you can run the installation SSR 2013 on the desired system. It will confirm the previous installation and upgrade it to SSR 2013(x86 or x64) with respect to the processor architecture and OS installed on the system.