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Microsoft Forefront UAG 2010 Administrator's Handbook by Ran Dolev, Erez Ben-Ari

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Restoring UAG (to itself, and to other servers)

Creating a backup is the easy part, of course. How lovely would it be if you could do the restore at your leisure-but that's never how it is, huh? Well, you can prepare for it by doing it at least once every few months for practice. To get a real sense of how it may look when you need to recover from a real crash, it would be best to perform the restore on a different server—perhaps you already have one in a test-environment, or on a Virtual machine.

The first important thing to keep in mind is that if your backup was created on a server with a certain update (or service pack, when those come out), the server should be brought to that same level of installation before attempting to restore. If this ...

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