Thanks for your input guys.
I followed a eariler post on the restore which seems to have worked so far.
However the workstations can not pick up the DHCP server. The Server shows
that it is running and I have tried deleting the scope and creating a new one
but to no avail.
There is no other DHCP server on the network. I also tried running the
internet connection wizard. The server connects to the internet OK.
So I'm a little stuck
"Al Williams" wrote:
> From Technet:
> Allan Williams
> Colin wrote:
> > Hi Brandan,
> > Create the same size partitions you had before the server was wiped.
> > Run the first SBS install CD. Do not continue with the SBS setup once
> > Windows Server 2003 is installed. Bring Windows Server 2003 up to
> > Service Pack level it was before the wipe (should be SP2 if you've
> > kept it up to date). Now run the restore wizard using your last
> > backup and you should be good to go.
> > Regards Colin.
> > "Brandan" wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> Have a Windows 2003 SBS R2 Server which after poor advice from HP
> >> The RAID Failed and I have no Data on the Drives. Under HP
> >> recommendation I had to recreate a New logical Drive which has left
> >> me with no data. I have a Microsoft Backup but unsure how to do a
> >> complete restore. I have started to install Windows and think I
> >> then do a restore with MS Backup but unsure and was hoping someone
> >> could advise. It's now 18:18 and I'm going to be stuck here for a
> >> while !
> >> Anyones help would be very welcomed !!
> >> Thanks
> >> Brandan