• File backup with windows server2003

    Hi! I have let's say 10 PC-s with Xp Pro connected into a LAN, and one PC with Windows Server 2003 Enterprise R2 . I'd like to know, how could I use he Server PC to make automatic backups of specific files or folders witch are on the Xp Pro PC-s, on the Server PC-s HDD. If there is any posibility...

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  • ABT database backup from SQL Server 2000

    hi please tell me that, if i am using vb as front end and sql server 2000 as backend then for giving the facility of implicit periodical data backup at project, how can i go......through vb coding...

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  • Backup Deleted elements Exchange 2003

    Dear experts, I have one problem with recover of deleted elements. They are kept by me along 30 days and I can recover them according standard procedure. But if I restore with NTbackup.exe the old databank, I can not restore deleted elements, which existed when Backup would be made. Can I do...

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  • How to backup a SQL Server on a different Domain.

    We have just upgraded our admin server, which has an SQL database running on it. This server is also on a different domain from the backup server, which is running Backup Exec 12. Has anyone got any ideas on how we can connect to this server from the backup server that is on a different domain ?

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  • Active Directory and Network security management

    What is the best way for me to ensure Active Directory is being backed up? Another question is some people have dos programs that require modify access on c: I would like to know if there is a better way to assign that permission. Some people need local admin rights to run their programs. Obviously...

    EnterpriseDesktopATE2,520 pointsBadges:
  • When do I use INIT?

    when do I use INIT NOINIT when backing up transaction logs?

    JCDBA20 pointsBadges:
  • automate Oracle database backup on Windows 2000 server

    Hello, I have to make a cold backup of our test database. The database is oracle 8.1.7 on a Windows 2000 server. I have made bat files to do this and have scheduled them in the Windows scheduled tasks application. This works fine. I check to see if my jobs have run successfully by looking the the...

    Mariane10 pointsBadges:
  • Backup Exec 12 and SHarepoint on 2008 Box

    Ok so I ran across this forum hit and have been unsuccessful in fixing my issue. Maybe someone with a bit more knowledge can figure this out. I have a 2008 Server 64bit for my Backup Exec 12 and 2008 64bit for my sharepoint 2 seperate physical boxes niether one virtual. I keep getting the same...

    ARMtech5 pointsBadges:
  • NTbackup to backup our exchange system

    When we use NTbackup to backup our exchange system, only the folders show up when you go to the restore function. The file size looks correct. Is this what we should expect to see?

    ITKE342,450 pointsBadges:
  • What is keeping you from moving to D2D2T backup solution?

    What is keeping you from moving to D2D2T backup solution?

    DellStorage30 pointsBadges:
  • Restoring an application template

    How do I restore an application template which has been deleted? Have Symantec Backup Exec 12.0.

    Twicejinxed5 pointsBadges:
  • What is sequence to erase an SDLT 600 tape so it will accomodate a Full backup?

    Trinig to find steps to allow a full tape to be erased so full backups will run. Differential backups work fine.

    Bertoglio5 pointsBadges:
  • Looking for ISO backup system

    I'm looking for an easy to use ISO back up system. Ideally the “kit” would consist of a large USB Harddrive to hold multiple drive images and a bootable CD to allow backup and recovery. This program: http://www.drive-image.com/?GGLAW900 Seems to fill the bill. Does anyone have any experience...

    Flame14,925 pointsBadges:
  • Generator based power backup system

    The remnants of Ike ripped though Ohio Last night, leaving some in my area with out power, possibly for days. We were able to coble together a generator system to allow our network to function well enough so that our shipping facility, located in another town NOT affected by the “power event”...

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  • Windows XP SP2 restore backup.bkf to C:\

    Windows XP SP2 C:\ erased with "RD C:\ /s /q". How can I restore from backup.bkf from an IOMEGA external drive?

    Glen0Manages0MVS5 pointsBadges:
  • Backup & Restore in Exchange 2003

    Hi, how to backup and restore single mailboxes and multiple mailboxes. i was try but unsuccuss. Sadiq.Fazal

    A033328753745 pointsBadges:
  • Encryption key management

    Looking for info on encryption of data for backup purposes, either at the tape drive, VTL, SAN switch or some type of appliance in the backup path. Encryption Key management is more critical than the encryption solution. This request for help was originally submitted to the Research Assistant on...

    ResearchAssistant855 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2000 SP3 on Windows 2000 SP4. I had a hard drive issue on the server.

    My company is running Exchange 2000 SP3 on Windows 2000 SP4. I had a hard drive issue on the server. I set up a new server and restored my information store from backup and ran the eseutil /cc. That worked fine and my store is in a "clean shutdown" state. The problem is that my back up was a little...

    ITKE342,450 pointsBadges:
  • What tapes were used IBM TS3100 AS/400 Backup

    How can I find out what tape was used in a previous backup? TS3100 2-12 mags

    Johnwhitew20 pointsBadges:
  • SAVSECDTA & SAVCFG

    If only user profiles and devices configuration were changed after an Entire System Backup, can I just do a SAVSECDTA & SAVCFG as a fall back backup before I load in PTFs ?

    Saihong5 pointsBadges:

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