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  • Recover the System State Using a Command Line
    Recover the System State Using a Command Line You can use the Wbadmin start systemstaterecovery command to recover the system state for a computer. To recover the system state by using a command line 1. To open a command prompt with elevated privileges, click Start, right-click Command Prompt, and
  • Introduction to Administering Active Directory Backup and Recovery
    Introduction to Administering Active Directory Backup and Recovery Backup of Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) must be incorporated into your operations schedule for a set of domain controllers that you identify as critical and on which you perform routine, scheduled backup operations. Recovering AD DS is not performed
  • Backup system State en Windows 2008
    Actualmente tengo un dominio windows 2008 que apenas se esta poblando, cuenta con 1256 cuentas de usuario, solo tiene 1 maquina cliente unida al dominio y este dominio cuenta con 2 DC Windows 2008 Enterprise Estoy realizando un Backup del system state con el domando wbadmin start systemstatebackup -backupTarget:
  • Installing Windows Server Backup Tools
    Installing Windows Server Backup Tools To access backup and recovery tools for Windows Server 2008, you must install the Windows Server Backup, Command-line Tools, and Windows PowerShell items that are available in the Add Features Wizard in Server Manager. This installs the following tools: * Windows Server Backup Microsoft
  • Scheduling Regular Full Server Backups of a Domain Controller
    Scheduling Regular Full Server Backups of a Domain Controller You can use these procedures to schedule daily backups of the full domain controller with Windows Server Backup or the Wbadmin.exe command-line tool. This backup operation captures all volumes on the server. Requirements for scheduling daily domain controller backups The
  • Windows Server Backup Command Reference
    Windows Server Backup Command Reference The following subcommands for wbadmin provide backup and recovery functionality from a command prompt. To configure a backup schedule, you must be a member of the Administrators group. To perform all other tasks with this command, you must be a member of the Backup
  • Recover Volumes
    Recover Volumes You can use the Recovery Wizard in Windows Server Backup to restore a volume. When you restore a full volume, all contents of the volume are restored—you cannot selectively restore individual files or folders. If you want to recover just certain files or folders and not a
  • Resources for Backup and Recovery
    Resources for Backup and Recovery For more information about backing up or recovering your servers, use the following resources on the Microsoft Web site: * For technical information, see * For more general information and support, see * For information about the Wbadmin command, see the Command Reference *
  • A "Windows Complete PC Restore" always fails. (Error details: (0x80042401))
    ---> Problem: A "Windows Complete PC Restore" fails on the following error message: The Windows Complete PC Restore operation failed. Error details: (0x80042401) ---> Background: 1. I backed up my Vista installation via the Vista "Complete PC Backup" option to a 150GB NTFS partition on a 300GB external USB
  • Vista Windows Recovery Environment and network shares
    I have used wbadmin to perform a complete PC backup to a network share, this worked just fine. I now use the installation media to boot into Windows Recovery Environment and select the command prompt and run startnet to start the networking At this point I can't access any