12-25-2008 07:27 AM
12-26-2008 06:49 AM
I haven't tried it but I suspect that theoretically it could work providing you manage to restore all the required files to all the rightplaces. Much safer is to do a backup from within ACT (which you can do manually or automatically through the ACT Scheduler in Premium versions and V11), and tell Carbonite to back up the ACT! backup. You can also configure the scheduler to keep the last five backups which you can't do with Carbonite alone.
The big benefit is that an ACT! backup zip file contains all the components required to completely restore a database and puts them all back in the correct locations.