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2009-06-30, 14:06 #1
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Would I be correct in assuming that "Shadow Protect Server Edition" is similar, perhaps even better, than Microsoft's ASR Backup (invoked from NTBackup), to produce an image of a Windows 2003 server which can be used to restore the server contents to a new server, in case of catastrophic failure of the original server?
Will Shadow Protect Server cope with minor details such as Active Directory, Exchange Server 2003, and the like?
Does the restore function allow you to change the partition sizes on the new server as the data is copied across from the backup on (say) an external USB hard drive?
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