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c. Revert to earlier versions of files and folders
Learn more:Don't believe that you have to install Windows Server 2003 as a domain controller to utilize any of the new features. One of the nicest, easiest to configure and administratively savvy features in the newest Microsoft server is the new shadow copy feature. This feature allows users to "roll back" to earlier versions of files and folders -- say, in the instance when a user deletes a file by accident.
To have a great fit into your existing Windows 2000 environment, all you have to do is install Windows Server 2003 as a member server in an existing domain. Use Computer Management to create a shadow copy of any of the NTFS drives ...
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