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Active Directory disaster recovery with Windows Server Backup

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Earlier I wrote a post on how to backup and restore objects in Active Directory with Windows Server Backup here:  https://pertorben.wordpress.com/2013/04/15/active-directory-backup-and-restore/

Here I used the command  318 more words

Windows Server 2012

System Image Backup in Windows 8.1

windows 8.1 comes with a feature to create a system image backup for the purpose of system restore when things have gone bad.  with this feature, you can restore your PC to the last known good working state in no time, with (almost) everything installed and is ready to move on. 230 more words

Notes

Windows Backup Admin

wbadmin start backup -include:d:\SoftwareIT -backupTarget:\\dyna-ras\backup$ -quiet

Task Scheduler
– Task Scheduler Library\Microsoft\Windows\Backup
– Create Task…
– Task name, Select Run whether user is logged on or not, AND, Run with highest privileges. 29 more words

Microsoft

How to Restore an Active Directory Object from Backup.

In this post, I am going to talk about my experience doing an Authoritative Restore of a deleted Active Directory user object. The steps were completed by restoring from a previous System State backup and using the ntds utility. 504 more words

PowerShell

wbadmin

Command-line tool that allows you to back up and restore your computer, volume, and files from a command prompt.

Wbadmin displays currently scheduled backup settings… 197 more words

Command-Line

Case of crashing wbengine and system state backup…

While going through patch reports I noticed that 2 windows 2008 r2 sp2 servers had missed 2 patch cycles. Soon it was found that system state backup was not happening for these servers. 860 more words

Windows