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Windows 2008: SystemState backup to the source volume

August 7th, 2009 No comments

Mostly you have on a terminal (citrix) server just 1 volume. With Windows 2008 it’s default not possible to create a SSB to the source volume.

You can change this do doing the following:

Create a new registry entry with the following information:

Key: HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\wbengine\SystemStateBackup\AllowSSBToAnyVolume
Type: DWORD
Value: 1

A value of 0 prevents the storing of system state backup on a source volume. A value of 1 allows the storing of system state backup on a source volume.

However, there are known issues with storing a system state backup on a source volume:

  • Backups can fail. The backup can be modified during the backup process, which might cause the backup to fail.
  • It causes an inefficient use of target space. Twice the amount of space is necessary for a backup than for the original data. The volume must allocate twice the amount of space for the shadow copy process.

Microsoft:Windows 2008 restore Systemstate on DC

April 2nd, 2009 No comments

– Restart server

– Druk op F8 om in het Advanced Boot Options menu te komen

– Start met: “Directory Services Restore Mode” (alleen voor Domain Controller)

 

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Microsoft:Windows 2008 how to create a Systemstate

April 2nd, 2009 No comments

– Start

– Run

– Type: CMD

– Type: WBADMIN START SYSTEMSTATEBACKUP –backuptarget:G:

– [Enter]

 

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Sander Daems is founder and author of this blog and working as a Lead (Sr.) Consultant by UNICA ICT Solutions. Sander has over 15 years experience in IT, primary focus: virtualization and modern worksplace.

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