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Hi, We backup our servers using backup exec system recovery 7 using a full/incremental recovery points. What I would like to know is how do I restore only the files changed in the incremental recovery point without besr7 also restoring from the base recovery point. The reason being is that I have...
I,d like to create (ASR)automatic system recovery disk. any one tell me, AM i need all window drive backup or only system state files is better for ASR. thanks
It looks like I have a corrupt folder in an NTFS file system. Way, way back, pre-Symantec, Norton Utilities used to have a low-level file system (FAT) viewer and editor. This came in handy when file system errors were encountered. Is there any measure I could take to view and perhaps edit the NTFS...