Trial version has no functional limitations
Veeam Explorer for Microsoft Exchange 2013
Thanks for your interest in Veeam Explorer™ v7 beta for Microsoft Exchange 2013.
The new features of this beta build include support for Microsoft Exchange 2013, and improved engine of restoring items back to the Exchange server.
- Veeam Backup & Replication 6.5
- Microsoft Windows 2008 or later (64-bit)
- Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 and 2013
- Microsoft Outlook 2010 or later (64-bit) : optional, for exports to PST only
How to start
After installing, launch the tool and browse to Exchange database file (EDB) you want to explore. You can open any Exchange 2010 or Exchange 2013 database file, including those backed up by third-party solutions.
To use this beta against Veeam backups of Exchange 2013, you should initiate the guest file level recovery on the backup of Exchange Server VM, point the tool to ESE.DLL during its first start, and then browse to Exchange database file (EDB) under C:\VeeamFLR mount point. Step-by-step guide:
- In Veeam Backup & Replication console, select Backups to the left and double-click the backup job containing the Exchange Server VM.
- Right-click the Exchange Server VM and select Restore Guest Files (Windows).
- Follow the wizard steps to select the restore point that you want to restore Exchange data from.
- After clicking Finish, the Backup Browser will appear (do not close it). The guest file system is additionally mounted under the C:\VeeamFLR mount point.
- Run Veeam Explorer for Exchange, open its options and select the ESE.DLL file by browsing the guest file system (typically located under C:\VeeamFLR
\Volume1\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V15\Bin). Alternatively, you can get ESE binary directly from an Exchange 2013 installation DVD and copy it to the Veeam B&R server, providing the path under Veeam Explorer for Exchange options.
- Click Add Database, go to the C:\VeeamFLR folder and select the Exchange database file by browsing the guest file system.
The release version will be fully integrated with Veeam Backup & Replication v7, and will not require these extra steps. Note that Exchange 2010 databases can already be opened directly from Veeam backups by right-clicking the Exchange VM and selecting the Restore Exchange items option.
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