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    If a backup tape is expired, does it still contain data?  If so, how can you restore or recover the data?  Thanks in advance for your help.

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  • HDDs protected or unprotected?

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  • Oracle 11g RAC on HP C3000 blade with Bl460c servers using SB40c as storage

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  • How to build or install RAID in Windows XP?

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  • Cloud computing and SAN career suggestions

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  • Change file system from NTFS to FAT32

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  • Dell PowerEdge 2950 receiving errors

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    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
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    How can I backup images and restore images to my Windows Server 2003?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
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  • Server backup over the internet via IP using CA Arcserve

    Can backup a server over the internet via IP using CA Arcserve backup 12? How do I add it? I can only get to internal clients.

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  • Using shadow copy on a Windows server.

    Can shadow copy be used on a windows server to backup the shadow copies off site? Or at least to another machine? Where are shadow copies stored? Can I manually copy them and restore from them? Is this a security issue?

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  • Moving an array with controller to another server

    Is it possible to move an array including the controller to another server? It is raid 10.

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