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GIKUYUU
(@gikuyuu)
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Hi all,

my Novell Server crushed this is the basic spects, kindly asist me its VERY URGENT.

OS NOVELL NETWARE
RAID RAID 5 ( 3 DRIVES)

The volume was accidentally formatted while trying to rebuild the OS now i need to get the data out of the volume

I have installed anothe HDD with WINXP and i am able to see the other volume that was created when the 1st was deleted, so none of the drives is damged.

kindly assit me with any Novell applications that you know about, and an opinion on how best to approach this is welcome.

YOU CAN REACH ME ON MESSANGER ACCOUNTS, I APPRECIATE ANY ASSISTANCE OFFERED

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regards

Gikuyu.

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Posted : 16/07/2006 9:18 pm
PaulSanderson
(@paulsanderson)
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try captain nemo

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Posted : 17/07/2006 2:46 pm
iruiper
(@iruiper)
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I would say that current versions of EnCase and FTK can recover Novel volumes too.

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Posted : 17/07/2006 3:28 pm
PaulSanderson
(@paulsanderson)
Senior Member

I would say that current versions of EnCase and FTK can recover Novel volumes too.

Sorry - No they can't

ILook has Novell support if you have access to it. As does Vogons kit

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Posted : 17/07/2006 4:43 pm
farmerdude
(@farmerdude)
Active Member

Kroll has a possible solution, too;
http//www.ontrack.com/software/

Used to be in $600-700 park, they now indicate "call for pricing".

regards,

farmerdude

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Posted : 26/07/2006 8:28 am
Jesterladd
(@jesterladd)
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You do not say what version of NetWare you are using? Captain Nemo cannot deal with spanned volumes it can only deal with NetWare Traditional volumes. Encase whilst it does not support NetWare will image the drives and if you are using NetWare 5x onwards the chances the data you want to recover will be in contiguous blocks. Therefore you could mount the disks, encase will see the disks as Unallocated clusters and then do a data carve. Obviously you need to know the file headers for the data files you wish to recover.

Cheers

Jesterladd

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Posted : 29/07/2006 10:02 pm
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