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Microsoft:Windows 2008 how to create a Systemstate

– Start

– Run

– Type: CMD

– Type: WBADMIN START SYSTEMSTATEBACKUP –backuptarget:G:

– [Enter]

 

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– [Enter]

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– Type: Y

– [Enter]

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(Bezig met Systemstate backup)

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De systemstate is klaar, maar enorm groot..

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Overige opties:

 

Wbadmin enable backup

Configures and enables a daily backup schedule.

 

Wbadmin disable backup

Disables your daily backups.

 

Wbadmin start backup

Runs a one-time backup. If used with no parameters, uses the settings from the daily backup schedule.

 

Wbadmin stop job

Stops the currently running backup or recovery operation.

 

Wbadmin get versions

Lists details of backups recoverable from the local computer or, if another location is specified, from another computer.

 

Wbadmin get items

Lists the items included in a specific backup.

 

Wbadmin start recovery

Runs a recovery of the volumes, applications, files, or folders specified.

 

Wbadmin get status

Shows the status of the currently running backup or recovery operation.

 

Wbadmin get disks

Lists disks that are currently online.

 

Wbadmin start systemstaterecovery

Runs a system state recovery.

 

Wbadmin start systemstatebackup

Runs a system state backup.

 

Wbadmin delete systemstatebackup

Deletes one or more system state backups.

 

Wbadmin start sysrecovery

Runs a recovery of the full system (at least all the volumes that contain the operating system’s state). This subcommand applies only to Windows Server 2008, and it is only available if you are using the Windows Recovery Environment.

 

Wbadmin restore catalog

Recovers a backup catalog from a specified storage location in the case where the backup catalog on the local computer has been corrupted.

 

Wbadmin delete catalog

Deletes the backup catalog on the local computer. Use this command only if the backup catalog on this computer is corrupted and you have no backups stored at another location that you can use to restore the catalog.

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