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yuk.cheng [FAQ: How to create a MS Exchange mail level backup set with AhsayOBM (MS Exchange 2013 Cumulative Update 19 or below)?]
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-=====  FAQ: How to create a MS Exchange mail level backup set with AhsayOBM (MS Exchange 2013 Cumulative Update 19 or below)? ​  ===== 
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-===== Description ===== 
-This article describes how to create a MS Exchange mail level backup set for **Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Cumulative Update 19 or below** 
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-If you are using **Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Cumulative Update 20 or above**, please refer to the following KB article before continuing http://​wiki.ahsay.com/​doku.php?​id=public:​announcement:​end_of_exchange_mapi 
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-===== Steps ===== 
-<​html>​ 
-Confirm that all requirements are met by the client server: 
- <​br/>​ 
- <​br/>​ 
- <​b>​ 
-  <u> 
-   ​Requirement checklist 
-  </u> 
- </​b>​ 
- <​br/><​br/>​ 
- <​ul>​ 
-  <li> 
-   <​font color=black><​u>​ 
-    AhsayOBM installation 
-   </​u>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   ​AhsayOBM must be installed on the Exchange server hosting the database (e.g. Exchange server with mailbox role).</​font>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​br/><​br/>​ 
-  </li> 
-  <li> 
-   <​font color=black><​u>​ 
-    Mailbox access permission 
-   </​u>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   The Active Directory account used for backup must have full access to the mailboxes. 
-   To grant full access right for the account, enter the following command in Exchange Management Powershell: 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​table border="​0"​ cellpadding="​0"​ cellspacing="​1"​ width="​720">​ 
-    <td bgcolor="#​000000"​ valign="​top">​ 
-     <​font color=#​FFFFFF>​ 
-      &​gt;​Get-Mailbox | Add-MailboxPermission -User "​%os_username%"​ -AccessRights FullAccess 
-     </​font>​ 
-    </td> 
-   </​table>​ 
-   <​b>​Note</​b>:​ %os_username% is the username of the operating system account for backup.</​font>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​br/><​br/>​ 
-  </li> 
-  <li> 
-   <​font color=black><​u>​ 
-    Membership setting of the operating system account 
-   </​u>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   The Active Directory account used for the backup must be a member of the following security groups:</​font>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​ul>​ 
-    <li> 
-     <​font color=black>​Microsoft Exchange Security \ Organization Management</​font>​ 
-    </li> 
-    <li> 
-     <​font color=black>​Users \ Administrator</​font>​ 
-    </li> 
-    <li> 
-     <​font color=black>​Users \ Domain Admins</​font>​ 
-    </li> 
-    <li> 
-     <​font color=black>​Users \ Enterprise Admins</​font>​ 
-    </li> 
-   </​ul>​ 
-   <​br/><​br/>​ 
-  </li> 
-  <li> 
-   <​font color=black><​u>​ 
-    Remote Exchange Management Shell 
-   </​u>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   ​Remote Exchange Management Shell must be enabled for the operating system account used for the backup. 
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-   To do that, enter the following command in Exchange Management Powershell: 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​table border="​0"​ cellpadding="​0"​ cellspacing="​1"​ width="​780">​ 
-    <td bgcolor="#​000000"​ valign="​top">​ 
-     <​font color=#​FFFFFF>​ 
-      &​gt;​Set-User "​%os_username%"​ -RemotePowerShellEnabled $True 
-     </​font>​ 
-    </td> 
-   </​table></​font>​ 
-  </​li><​br/>​ 
-  <li> 
-   <​font color=black><​u>​ 
-    Mailbox enabled 
-   </​u>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   The Active Directory account used for the backup must be have one or more Exchange Server mailboxes associated with it.</​font>​ 
-   <​br/><​br/><​br/>​ 
-  </li> 
-  <​li><​font color=black>​ 
-   <​u>​ 
-    Collaboration Data Objects (CDO) 1.2.1 installation 
-   </​u>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   MAPI Collaboration Data Objects (CDO) 1.2.1 must be installed on the Exchange server. 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   ​Download and install CDO with the following installer: 
-   <a href="​https://​www.microsoft.com/​en-gb/​download/​details.aspx?​id=42040">​https://​www.microsoft.com/​en-gb/​downloa ... x?​id=42040</​a>​ 
-   </​font>​ 
-   <​br/><​br/><​br/>​ 
-  </li> 
-  <li> 
-   <​font color=black><​u>​ 
-    LAN Manager authentication level 
-   </​u>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   The LAN Manager authentication level configured on the Exchange server must be level 3 or above. 
-   To check on the setting: 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​ul>​ 
-    <li> 
-     <​font color=black>​Open <​b>​Local Security Policy</​b>​ from <​b>​Administrative Tools</​b>​.</​font>​ 
-     <​br/>​ 
-     <​br/>​ 
-    </li> 
-    <li> 
-     <​font color=black>​Under <​b>​Security Settings</​b>,​ expand <​b>​Local Policies</​b>,​ <​b>​Security Options</​b>,​ <​b>​Network security: LAN Manager authentication level</​b>​.</​font>​ 
-     <​br/>​ 
-     <​br/>​ 
-    </li> 
-    <li> 
-     <​font color=black>​Ensure that the setting is configured to use NTLMv2, for example:</​font>​ 
-     <​br/>​ 
-     <​br/>​ 
-     <​ul>​ 
-      <li> 
-       <​font color=black>​Send NTLMv2 response only</​font>​ 
-      </li> 
-      <li> 
-       <​font color=black>​Send NTLMv2 response only. Refuse LM</​font>​ 
-      </li> 
-      <li> 
-       <​font color=black>​Send NTLMv2 response only. Refuse LM &amp; NTLM</​font>​ 
-      </li> 
-     </​ul>​ 
-     <​br/>​ 
-     <​div style="​display:​ block">​ 
-      <dl> 
-       <​dt style="​display:​ block">​ 
-        <img style="​border:​thin solid black" src="​http://​wiki.ahsay.com/​lib/​exe/​fetch.php?​media=public:​5011_0.png"/>​ 
-       </​dt>​ 
-      </dl> 
-     </​div>​ 
-     </​font>​ 
-    </li> 
-   </​ul>​ 
-   <​br/><​br/>​ 
-  </li> 
-  <li> 
-   <​font color=black><​u>​ 
-    .NET Framework 3.5 Features 
-   </​u>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   .NET Framework 3.5 Features must be installed.</​font>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-      <img style="​border:​thin solid black" src="​http://​wiki.ahsay.com/​lib/​exe/​fetch.php?​media=public:​5011_1.png"/>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-  </li> 
-  <​br><​br/>​ 
-  <li> 
-   <​font color=black><​u>​ 
-    Windows PowerShell 2.0 Engine 
-   </​u>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   ​Windows PowerShell 2.0 Engine must be installed. 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-      <img style="​border:​thin solid black" src="​http://​wiki.ahsay.com/​lib/​exe/​fetch.php?​media=public:​5011_2.png"/>​ 
-  </li> 
-  <br> 
- </​ul>​ 
- <​br/>​ 
- <​b><​u>​Create backup set</​u></​b>​ 
- <​br/>​ 
- With all requirements met, you can create the Exchange mail level backup set: 
- <​br/>​ 
- <​br/>​ 
- <​ol>​ 
-  <​li><​font color=black>​ 
-   Login to the AhsayOBM client user interface.</​font>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-  </li> 
-  <​li><​font color=black>​ 
-   ​Select the <​b>​Backup Sets</​b>​ tile, and the <​b>​Add</​b>​ button. 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-      <img style="​border:​thin solid black" src="​http://​wiki.ahsay.com/​lib/​exe/​fetch.php?​media=public:​5011_3.png"/>​ 
-   <​br/></​font>​ 
-  </li> 
-  <br> 
-  <​li><​font color=black>​ 
-   ​Select <b>MS Exchange Mail Level Backup</​b>​ backup set type, and the corresponding Exchange Version. 
-   Then enter the backup set name: 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-      <img style="​border:​thin solid black" src="​http://​wiki.ahsay.com/​lib/​exe/​fetch.php?​media=public:​5011_4.png"/>​ 
-   <​br/></​font>​ 
-  </li> 
-  <br> 
-  <​li><​font color=black>​ 
-   ​Configure the backup source of the backup set, select all mailboxes within the mailbox store by selecting the <​b>​Mailbox Store</​b>:​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-      <img style="​border:​thin solid black" src="​http://​wiki.ahsay.com/​lib/​exe/​fetch.php?​media=public:​5011_5.png"/>​ 
-   <​br/></​font>​ 
-  </li> 
-  <br> 
-  <​li><​font color=black>​ 
-   To select individual mailbox for backup, expand the Mailbox Store. 
-   Click <​b>​Show mails</​b>​ to select individual mail items to be backup: 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-      <img style="​border:​thin solid black" src="​http://​wiki.ahsay.com/​lib/​exe/​fetch.php?​media=public:​5011_6.png"/>​ 
-   <​br/></​font>​ 
-  </li> 
-  <br> 
-  <​li><​font color=black>​ 
-   Click <​b>​OK</​b>​ afterward.</​font>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-  </li> 
-  <​li><​font color=black>​ 
-   Click <​b>​Add new storage destination / destination pool</​b>​ to add the cloud storage destination. 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-      <img style="​border:​thin solid black" src="​http://​wiki.ahsay.com/​lib/​exe/​fetch.php?​media=public:​5011_7.png"/>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​br>​ 
-   <​font color=#​FF0000>​ 
-    <​b>​Important</​b></​font>:​ It is strongly recommended that all backup sets are configured to backup to multiple backup destinations,​ to provide user with data redundancy and backup / restore flexibility. 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-      <img style="​border:​thin solid black" src="​http://​wiki.ahsay.com/​lib/​exe/​fetch.php?​media=public:​5011_8.png"/>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​br>​ 
-   For more details on Backup Destination,​ you can refer to the following KB article: <a href="​http://​wiki.ahsay.com/​doku.php?​id=public:​5026_faq_on_backup_destination">​FAQ:​ Frequently Asked Questions on Backup Destination</​a>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-   <​br/>​ 
-  </​li></​font>​ 
-  <​li><​font color=black>​ 
-   ​Continue by configuring a backup schedule and encryption setting for the backup set.</​font>​ 
-   <​br>​ 
-   <​br>​ 
-  </li> 
-  <​li><​font color=black>​ 
-   Click the <​b>​Backup now</​b>​ button to start the initial backup job, or allow the job to start at its scheduled time.</​font>​ 
-  </li> 
- </​ol>​ 
- <​b>​ 
-  <font color=#​FF0000>​ 
-   ​Important</​font></​b>:​ It is important to perform restore test to ensure your backup is setup and performed properly. Performing restore test can also help identify potential issues or gaps in your recovery plan. 
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-===== Keywords ===== 
-exchange, mapi, maillevel, mail, level, brick 
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