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What are the steps for incremental backup for Win2k servers?

I installed Win2k server and applications and configured Active Directory services. When my Win2k server crashes, what are the steps for incremental backup?
Hopefully you'll have a backup before your server crashes and you'll be able to do a restore. Incremental backups only copy files that have changes since your last normal or incremental backup. You still need to perform full backups periodically. Here's a helpful article: Checklist: What to do when your server crashes.
This was first published in June 2005

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