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Imaging Windows 2003 Server

By UplinkSpider ·
A client of mine has a Windows 2003 Server living on a 12 GB hard disk drive and it's running out of space with only 8% of free space remaining. Looking for a clean, fast, and safe solution I'm considering creating an image of the using a Symantec Ghost product but, short of calling Symantec, I don't quite know which Symantec product would support the imaging of a Windows Server. Any recommendations?

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by p.j.hutchison In reply to Imaging Windows 2003 Serv ...

As long as the server does not use Dynamic disks, you can use any imaging tool. Ghost or Acronis True Image should as easily work.

Alternatively, if the server has a floppy drive, you can use NTBackup and do an ASR backup to a bkf file and burn that to DVD.

We've used the old PowerQuest DriveImage to image 2003 servers and thats ok.

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