• Duplicate SQL Server 2005 database

    What is the best way to duplicate a SQL Server 2005 database to another server as a standby machine? Can I do this with another installation and some scripting? I have a separate box with SQL 2005 already installed. Can I backup and restore from one machine to the other using scripts and no human...

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  • Help setting up one machine as a backup

    I need to setup one machine to backup all others on my network. It will be grabbing approx. 500 GB of data across 12 machines. What is the best way to set this up? I have a GB network and all the machines stay on at night. I need to be able to restore a machine from complete failure and to another...

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  • sql 2008 export to txt for backup and incremental backup

    Hi i have one db that i want to back up, so thought id export to txt file/flat file then back that up and then daily increments into that file? cant find the steps to do it..have the wizard..

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  • What’s the right backup tape for 15 terabyte backup?

    What is the right backup tape for me if I am trying to get 15 terabytes backed up? We currently have a LTO3 library but I would love to replace it with higher capacity tapes. Are there any that are reliable? What application should I be using for backups this huge?

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  • Backing up the system state of a Windows Server 2008

    When backing up the system state of a Windows Server 2008, what files am I backing up? Are all the registry hives present? Is there a way to back up this data manually or can I only do it using NTBackup?

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  • Workaround for adding a DC for backup to SBS 2003 network

    Can I add a second domain controller for backup to my SBS 2003 network? I know it says that I can't, but there has to be a hack or work around! Anyone? We need to have a backup ad machine!

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  • HP Administrator’s Files

    I want to copy all my MSWord documents to a CD. The computer insists that they are not my documents, but instead belong to HP Administrator, and tells me to contact my administrator. This is my computer, I am the administrator. How do I back up my files before my computer dies?

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  • Best practices for backing up Exchange 2007

    What is the proper way to fully backup my Exchange 2007 server so I can rebuild it in case of a disaster? We are preparing our disaster recovery plan for our Exchange 2007. We have bought an identical machine to the first and now we need to create a plan to back it up and restore it quickly.

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  • Backup Exec 12? Anyone had experience with it.

    We are currently using Backup exec version 10 and thinking of moving up to 12 . Is it worth it? Thanks

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  • AS400 iseries 5 back up schedule

    How do i find out what are the current back ups scheduled on my system and when they are running?

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  • Back UP

    Wat is the Deffrence between incremental backup and Deferntial Backup??? ( Indetail)

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  • LTO Ultrium Tape Labels

    We use Ultruim 2 Tape cartridges in our ExaByte Magnum 1X7 LTO tape drive. Is there a source for the proper sized labels and a program that will create the bar code labels for these tapes? Currently we create these labels in MS-Word, and then cut down standard sized Avery labels but it is a clunky...

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  • Locations throughout the US need a storage strategy. Our current strategy has servers and individual machines backing up to web-based services

    We have a data center I was thinking of acquiring a SAN unit from, then using DFS to copy server files to the SAN and then back that information to a remote storage site. How do I accomplish this with laptops? Do I use folder redirection, that takes too much time when logging in?

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  • Backup of only *link objects in BRMS

    i want to take a backup of only *link objects in the tape device. 1)by using the commands and by using the BRMS...please its very urgent ... 2) in the control groups without using the *exit progrms can i take a backup of only *link objects by using BRMS...please provide all the way of...

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  • Can you recommend a large (4TB+) backup solution for a network with multiple MAC OS X machines?

    I currently have a three-year old ReadyNAS NV+ which offers 4 SATA drive bays with an implementation of RAID 5 across the drives. Each drive is 750GB, providing a virtual volume size of 2.25TB. When I set up this device, the largest drive on my network that I needed to backup was only 750GB. Now,...

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  • How to locate the correct backup tape for a restore with Backup Exec ver 10

    My windows sever 2003 (R2) has backup exec ver 10 running. I have continually had issues where it was not compressing files and would often have to change tapes mid-backup (the server has a single tape internal drive). But,  that's not the issue; I need help in determining how to locate the...

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  • Best Storage Solution

    Hello, hoping that you'll be able to help me or point me in the right direction. I'm looking for a storage solution for my CA Arcserve Backups. (It utilizes a stagging method whereby it copies backup information to a disk first then migrates it to tape). I currently use a 2TB eSATA enclosure...

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  • Library SAVF restore

    Our backup procedure backs up our libraries to SAVFs and in the early morning copies the SAVFs to tape (with seq.#). This speeds up the backup process so that our overnight shifts are not down for a long period of time. Now my question what would be the fastest way to restore a library that is...

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  • Backup Systems and open files

    I am wondering if we should close all the files and log off every night to let the backup system work fine?? Otherwise it will skip the open files???? Is this true or we should change the setting to be able to run the full/differential backup completely? Currently it skips open files!! Appreciate...

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  • Problem to generate back ups in compressed format

    We have an IBM Ultrium LT04 included in RHEL5 LPAR (IBM System i520) where we have the following problem: We can not generate back ups in compressed format (1.6 TB), we are only able to generate in the normal format (800 GB). Just in casa our back ups are processed in Red Hat Enterprise Linux...

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