Export Files From old Backup

I need a solution

Hi,

Please help because I have a disaster here.

I made an old backup through backup exec 15 from maybe one month ago on Windows Server 2012 (Encrypted Backup).

The backup have full backup <– ( expired ) and incremental backup 2 time per day.

My hard drive crashed ( my backup files in a share backup direcrtory ).

I tried to restore full backup from last backup point but no luck. It restored crashed windows (always ask for repair).

Please help me how can i at least extract files from my .bkf (Encrypted Backup) files and restore it manually.

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Question about FP2 upgrade

I need a solution

We have 1 CAS + 40 MMS + 60 Windows agent + 10 DB backup agent + 5 linux backup agent running BE15

1. To upgrade BE15 to FP2 , if the CAS is upgraded to FP2 first but MMS still running BE15. Can backup jobs running on CAS work normally even MMS is not upgraded?

2. To upgrade BE15 to FP2 , need to reinstall the existing windows backup agent and linux backup agent?

3. To upgrade BE15 to FP2, no server restart is required?

4. Do I have to backup the DB of CAS for jobs before upgrading to FP2?

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