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WinXP: System Restore Points -- Do you use them?

By TomSal ·
Recently it came up for my group and I to start using system restore points on our Windows XP boxes, up to this point we really didn't even think much about them. We have users data going to network drives that are on a tape backup rotation, plus we have ghost images for the desktops with all the apps and patches included in them.

Do you use System Restore? Do you think its a good feature? Do you trust it? What don't you like about it?

I'm just trying to get general experiences and opinions on the worthiness or "un-worthliness" of system restore in a production envrionment.

Thanks.

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Talking about Windows system restore software.

by liukh In reply to WinXP: System Restore Poi ...

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