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The Windows Server Backup feature is not listed in Server Manager on a computer that is running Windows Server 2008
On a computer that is running Windows Server 2008, you install the Windows Server Backup feature. However, the Windows Server Backup feature is not listed when you expand Storage in Server Manager. You can still use the Wbadmin.exe command-line tool to manage server backups. However, you cannot manage server
Perform a Backup of Critical Volumes of a Domain Controller by Using the GUI
Perform a Backup of Critical Volumes of a Domain Controller by Using the GUI (Windows Server Backup) You can use this procedure to back up critical volumes for a domain controller by using Windows Server Backup. You can also back up critical volumes by using the wbadmin start backup
What’s New in AD DS Backup and Recovery?
What’s New in AD DS Backup and Recovery? * Windows Server 2008 includes a new backup application named Windows Server Backup. Windows Server Backup is not installed by default. You must install it by using the Add Features option in Server Manager before you can use the Wbadmin.exe command-line
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_ Não é possível usar a ferramenta Windows Server Backup ou ferramenta de linha de comando o Wbadmin.exe para executar um de backup em um computador Windows_Server_2008-Based se VSS hardware provedores estiverem instalados Hotfix Image Download do Hotfix Disponível Visualizar e solicitar downloads de hotfix Tradução automática View Machine
Wbadmin stop job
Wbadmin stop job Cancels the backup or recovery operation that is currently running. Canceled operations cannot be restarted—you must rerun a canceled backup or recovery operation from the beginning. To stop a backup or recovery operation with this subcommand, you must be a member of the Backup Operators group
Best Practices for AD DS Backup and Recovery
Best Practices for AD DS Backup and Recovery Use the following best practices for backing up and recovering Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS): * Store operating system files, the Active Directory database (Ntds.dit), and SYSVOL on separate volumes that do not contain other user, operating system, or application
Re: Vista “Complete PC Restore” won’t recognize backup files.
I’m having the same problem as well. The machine (Lenovo X61 Tablet) was backed up to a second hard drive while running Vista Business. Installed Server 2008 played with Hyper-V a bit then decided to restore the Vista build. I attempeted to restore by booting from from Vista Enterprise
Error message when you try to perform a system state backup in Windows Server 2008: “ERROR – The location for backup is a critical volume”
Important This article contains information about how to modify the registry. Make sure that you back up the registry before you modify it. Make sure that you know how to restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up, restore, and modify the
Re: WIn PE and network shares
Hi Steve, Joson and all other forum members. Steve’s question originated from a thread called ‘Vista Windows Recovery Environment and network shares’ in a Windows deployment forum. The problem raised by Steve has been widely discussed without being concisely resolved. Steve maintains (and so do I) that although Vista
Troubleshooting Backup and Recovery
Troubleshooting Backup and Recovery This topic lists some common issues that you may encounter when using Windows Server Backup. For more in-depth troubleshooting information, see What problem are you having? * I cannot recover any data from a .bkf file that I created using an earlier version of Windows.