Rolling back Windows Server 2003 to a restore point

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We need to roll back 23 windows server 2003 to a restore point. Can this be automated?

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To restore everything precisely the way it was at some particular point, create an image of the drive on CDs, using Norton Ghost or other imaging utilities. U can also use NTBackup for backing up the everything!

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  • Denny Cherry
    As the original answer was complete crap, I've removed it. Hopefully someone can get you an actually useful answer.
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  • IceCubbe
    @Troubleshooter There is no automated Inbuilt System Restore functionality in windows 2003. it is done via NTbackup System State Backup which is essentially the same thing, just not automated unless you create a schedule for it to do so. So unless you have been creating regular System State Backups you cant roll it back.
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  • Sixball
    (grr - IceCubbe beat me to it...)
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