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    I'm trying to develop a backup strategy for my company who has two iSeries, one on East coast & one on West coast. Currently we backup to tape and the data is encrypted as the tapes go off-site for storage. I was hoping to do something like 'cross-site' mirroring between the two iSeries to...

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    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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    I was just reading about parity on searchstorage.techtarget.com and have a question about 3 bit parity vs. 1 bit parity. I understand the setting to 0 for an even # of bits and setting to 1 for an odd #. Doesn't seem very reliable because you could lose 2 bits in data transmission. Just wondering...

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    How are you ensuring consistent and acceptable performance for your VDI environments, especially during peak load periods? This question is sponsored by Dell

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  • Disk Defragmenter

    What causes the Windows XP Professional Disk Degragmenter to be "unable to start"? How can it be fixed/started?

    Suzan5 pointsBadges:
  • Decrease hard drive use by system restore on Windows 7 laptop?

    Is there a way to decrease the size of the hard drive that my system restore uses on my Windows 7 laptop? I need all the space I can get right now. I don't want to shoot myself in the foot and disable it but can I make it take up less of a footprint?

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • 1t external hard drive that runs off a USB

    I was wondering if they make a 1t external hard drive that runs off strictly a USB. (there is no power plug in needed). I know they make them for 500 GB, but that is all I have been able to find. Please help if you can. Thank you!

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  • How to create RAID 5 on a Windows Server 2003

    I want to create RAID 5 on a Windows Server 2003. I have another question: I have 3 hard drives, which has altogether 70 GB, it's consuming fast the space, so I want to add another hard drive. There are 6 slots in my server. Can I add another hard drive in the server and want to add the space of...

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  • Drive rebuilding

    My brand new WD "My Book Live Duo" which is 2 hard disks x 3TB each is taking over 18 hours to rebuild the drive with only 47GB data in the drive. How do I know is this drive faulty or what's the industrial acceptable duration for drive rebuilding of this capacity?

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  • What’s the best backup solution for Exchange 2007

    I need everyone's opinion....what would be the best backup solution for Exchange 2007 (particularly a mailbox level backup)? I appreciate any help.

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
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    I am working in server backup team but I don't have a idea for this field how to manage this one .

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  • Holding a backup

    How can I hold a backup?

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  • What are the requirements to start using Symantec Ghost

    My company is about to start using Symantec Ghost to image several computers (hundreds). What are the requirements for the Server? What other softrware is needed?

    Tiffany4655 pointsBadges:
  • Backup script for windows server and external drive.

    We have an external drive we want our server to backup all user data to it every night. How can we script this without expensive backup software?

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Data Security

    I do all my business from my laptop, my question is what is the best way to restore my files and folders along with my OS in case of a virus or machine failure? Thank you. ~Akhtar

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  • Identify bad sectors in a hard disk

    How to identify bad sectors in a hard disk and eliminate them

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