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By limsonlouise ·
how can i take backup in winodws 2000 prof or server..
what are the types of back ups
pls give me briefly about backups and how to use it

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by Jesus_C In reply to back up

Types of Backups
Normal - Saves files and folders and shows they were backed up by clearing the archive bit.
Copy - Saves files and folders without clearing the archive bit.
Incremental - Saves files and folders that have been modified since the last backup. The archive bit is cleared.
Differential - Saves files and folders that have been modified since the last backup. The archive bit is not cleared.
Daily - Saves files and folders that have been changed that day. The archive bit is not cleared.
To perform a backup, select "Start", "Programs", "Accessories", "System Tools", and "Backup". The Windows 2000 "Backup Utility" will start. It has these tabs:

Welcome - Includes:
Backup Wizard - Options
Backup everything.
Backup selected files, drives, or network data.
Only back up system state data.
Restore Wizard - Used to restore data including system state data on computers that are not domain controllers. Restoring system state data is only done as a last resort to recover a failed system.
Emergency Repair Disk - Used to create an emergency repair disk.
Backup - Shows computer drives that can be backed up and allows selection for manual backup.
Restore - Used to restore part or all of a backup.
Schedule Jobs - Used to schedule backups.

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