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Disaster Recovery Software

By gordian_o ·
I am looking for a fast disaster recovery software for our NT servers. One that don't need to re-install NT before recovering. Any experience or comments are welcome.

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Disaster recovery

by Helper In reply to Disaster Recovery Softwar ...

the software the I have found works great is computer associated disaster recovery option for arcserve. It talkes 3 diskettes and last nights backup tape to recover a server. The only draw back is the price.

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D/R SW - Simple and Quick

by Revrac in Redmond In reply to Disaster Recovery Softwar ...

We've used Columbia Data Product's Snapback tool, and it is terrific as long as your SCSI controller is supported (they even support Compaq RAID controllers, although you're not likely to find the absolute latest in controller technology supported).

CDP has versions for NT and NetWare and allows you to restore your complete system by booting off of a DOS floppy -- that is all. Snapback can create the "Snap" of the server even while the server is online with open files as well.

It is myunderstanding that their technology is (going to be?) incorporated within Veritas BackupExec as their Open File management technology. Two thumbs up.

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win xp

by raymarrs In reply to D/R SW - Simple and Quick

Windows XP has built in recovery and backup.It also runs better than windows nt .

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