Before running the Quick Recovery Configuration Wizard, you should do the following:
Ensure that your system hardware and software meets the requirements.
See System requirements.
Review the recommendations and best practices.
Set up your Exchange component (storage group or database depending upon the version of Microsoft Exchange you are using) for use with Storage Foundation (SFW).
If using Quick Recovery in a cluster environment, Exchange must be installed on all cluster nodes.
For Microsoft Exchange 2007, ensure that the mailbox stores for which you plan to schedule snapshot operations are mounted. For Microsoft Exchange 2010, ensure that the mailbox databases for which you plan to schedule snapshot operations are mounted.
Ensure that you have disks with enough space to store the snapshot volumes. Each snapshot set requires the same amount of space as the original volumes.
Ensure that you are logged in as a domain administrator or as a member of the Domain Admins group.
If a firewall exists between the wizard and any systems it needs access to, set the firewall to allow both ingoing and outgoing TCP requests on port 7419.
In a clustered server environment, ensure that the Veritas Scheduler Service is configured and running with domain administrator privileges on all nodes in the cluster.
To use a previously created template, copy it to the server that you are configuring.
Ensure that the Microsoft Software Shadow Copy Provider service is running. For a clustered server environment, ensure that the service is running on all systems in the cluster.
Solutions wizards cannot be used to perform Disaster Recovery, Fire Drill, or Quick Recovery remotely on Windows 2008 SP2 Server Core systems. The DR, FD, and QR wizards require that the .NET Framework is present on the system where these operations are to be performed. As the .NET Framework is not supported on the Windows 2008 SP2 Server Core systems, the wizards cannot be used to perform DR, FD, or QR on these systems. Refer to the following Microsoft knowledge database article for more details: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd184075.aspx