• upS vs gENERATORS

    wHAT IS BETTER TO BACKUP A SERVER ROOM UPS OR GENERATOR

    WORKQUESTIONS5 pointsBadges:
  • Transactional Replication: Publisher & Subscriber size mismatch

    Hello, We have implemented transactional Replication[Push] on our SQL Server 2005 DB. The Distributor is the Publisher. The publisher is on one server and the subscriber on another. After synchronizing the DB, the tables count and the no of recs per table are identical on both the servers, however...

    Test1215 pointsBadges:
  • Restore information store using ntbackup

    I have 1 domain controller (Winserver 2003) & 1 member server & exchange server 2003 installed. however backup is working perfectly but restoring the backup is not working. Would you please advise. thanks.

    Neneng5 pointsBadges:
  • Automatic change VM backup name on vmware sphere

    Hi. I created task for backup on  vmware sphere. First backup runned and all is fine. Then jib tried second backu but get error : cannor clone virtual machine, because the name exits. I want that the task automatic added the time to the end of virtual machine task name. How can i do it?

    Eliyevelxan1,235 pointsBadges:
  • Automated backup system available to my client windows 7 workstations?

    Is there an automated backup system available to my client windows 7 workstations on the network? Can it be scheduled to wake up the clients and then back them up to a central location? Can I log everything or will I need to script batch files to pipe the output using xcopy?

    ITKE350,945 pointsBadges:
  • How to wipe hard drives

    I have an iSeries 600 (I think...it's in storage right now, so I'm not sure the model). I would like to consider selling it for parts on my own, or to a company that handles that. It is not entitled so I assume that I can't just sell it to a company to use. (My company gave it to me after we did a...

    Koohiisan5,020 pointsBadges:
  • Email backup on Exchange server

    We are now required to save all emails for 5 years. How can I automatically do this with our Exchange server? Is there a way to compress it on another machine as to not waste so much room on the production server? Are there applications that do this or is it a built-in feature?

    ITKE350,945 pointsBadges:
  • VMWare, Windows, Deduplication, Defragmentation: Bad combo?

    I was in a meeting the other day talking about our VMWare implementation and one of our Windows engineers brought up a comment that I wanted to throw out to everyone. He was told by a VMWare engineer that if you run Windows defragmenation on the virtual server while also are using de-duplication on...

    ITKE350,945 pointsBadges:
  • CDP over VPN

    I would be grateful for any  pointers as to a CDP or file Synchronization (with schedule) solution that works well over an IPSEC VPN over a WAN. Any help would be appreciated JB

    Stormjammer5 pointsBadges:
  • Backup and Recovery Of Hard Drive in Windows 7

    Im wondering if someone can help with the following question? I would like to take a backup of the computer in its working state after windows 7 has been installed and then have a backup on a dvd that a user can then boot from the bios and click just a few simple buttons that will install the...

    GadgetMan15 pointsBadges:
  • Help recreating a mirror between hardware

    I have two drives that are a hardware mirror. They are scsi and connected to a Windows advanced server 2003. The primary drive died. I tried switching the cable to put the second drive where the first was but no luck. How can I boot? How can I recreate the mirror?

    ITKE350,945 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    ITKE350,945 pointsBadges:
  • 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..

    Jordaan5 pointsBadges:
  • IPL (boot) from SAN

    I have 2 System i 570 connected to 2 x DS8100 in 2 different locations and replicating with PPRC. No internal disks, IPL from SAN. We will run a switch test : stop production server, end PPRC and start backup server on the "PPRC copy" (more steps indeed). Does anyone has information about the...

    BillyBelgium190 pointsBadges:
  • Sponsor Post: Fear the Cloud? Migration Pros and Cons (on-demand chat from 6/29/2010)

    Organizations need to able to quickly recover failed servers and their data in the event of an outage. Deploying a server recovery solution can save a company tens of thousands of dollars in lost productivity and lost business. This live chat on June 29th from 1-3 pm EST provides an exclusive...

    EmNichs3,250 pointsBadges:
  • 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?

    ITKE350,945 pointsBadges:
  • 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!

    ITKE350,945 pointsBadges:
  • Mirroring SQL Server 2008 to a disaster recovery machine twice a day

    I want to mirror my SQL Server 2008 to a disaster recovery machine two times a day. Is there any free software to do this on a running SQL Server? If not, are there any cheap alternatives? Can scripts be run to copy the files over while SQL is running? Can I use shadow copy for this?

    ITKE350,945 pointsBadges:
  • 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?

    Frustrated3595 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 7 machine maintenance

    What maintenance needs to be run on Windows 7 machines? We have 200 machines running on a 2008 AD network. What tasks should we be running? Do we need to defragment and check disk?

    ITKE350,945 pointsBadges:

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