System state data on Windows Server 2003

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Microsoft Windows Server 2003
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Windows Server 2003 Backup
What is system state data and what can I use it for if my system fails? I am working on a Windows 2003 server and see the option under my NTBackup settings. Any ideas?

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This feature is for system recovery and it manage backup for boot file, registry and other system things.

<a href=”http://serverfault.com/questions/17624/what-is-a-system-state-backup-for”>Here</a> is a good thread of this feature, take a look.

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  • Yogender
    system state contains boot file, registry, com + , sys.vol we uses this to take back of active directory so that we can restore at the time of disaster by Directory services Restore Mode.
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    [...] 8. Yogender and Mariodlg gave some tips on system state data on Windows Server 2003. [...]
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