If you already have an active system on that machine, you can't do a
*complete* restore, as Retrospect won't write over the active system file.
You could restore your entire Program Files folder though, which would
restore the Retrospect program and preferences. You'd then not only have to
rebuild catalogs but recreate all your scripts and log in any clients as

Best Regards,

Irena Solomon
Dantz Tech Support

> I know that this sounds like the long way, but isn't it possible to start
> from ground zero?  I mean that if I start with a clean install of NT 4.0,
> then install Retrospect, then have Retrospect rebuild a catalog of the tape,
> from there I could do a complete restore of the Server, right?

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