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Windows Data Recovery News
October 16, 2006
While the fear of losing stored data is a major issue for IT managers, not being able to recover what is lost is even more of a concern. Expert Gary Olsen provides some options for retrieving lost data, including a cool way to recover data from a ...
September 25, 2006
This new guide is a collection of resources to help you protect data in Windows servers, desktops and mission-critical applications. Chapter one of the guide begins with tips and tactics for pain-free backup of your OS data and system state ...
September 12, 2005
Earlier this year, AMD beat Intel to the market with its dual-core chip, which it claims has a better performance-per-watt ratio than Intel's planned dual-core. Now that AMD has shifted the battleground from processing speed to efficiency, will ...
July 06, 2005
Christa Anderson builds on her previous column, which explained the tools you need for automatically connecting to network resources. Here are some scenario-based variations to try and a sample script.
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The Storage Replica feature in Windows Server 2016 delivers a backup and recovery option for organizations that might otherwise require an offsite data center. Continue Reading
Discover tips on backing up your Windows Server 2008 operating system and data as well as info on performing restores in this chapter excerpt from "Windows Server 2008 How-To". Continue Reading
No organization can survive without a quality backup and recovery plan. This excerpt from "Windows Server 2008: The Complete Reference" provides tips for creating a sound backup and restore strategy for those running Microsoft's latest server ... Continue Reading
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NTBACKUP can be unreliable when you need to perform a restore or large-scale backup operation. Learn about the the third-party backup software programs, Like Backup Assist, that admins can use instead of NTBACKUP. Continue Reading
The tool FreeUndelete 2.0 allows the recovery of files deleted from NTFS volumes. Continue Reading
A utility called Software Installation Viewer queries a domain to find out what programs have been deployed and to whom. Continue Reading
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The ability to easily back up applications is just one of the key improvements Microsoft made to Data Protection Manager 2007. In this article, Microsoft MVP Gary Olsen breaks down the basics of DPM and offers some helpful backup tips for Windows ... Continue Reading
SearchWinComputing.com contributors identify issues they've encountered while managing and maintaining hard disk drives. Continue Reading
Whether you need to perform recovery on a failed server, database or shadow copy, these tips related to restoring and recovering Windows-related components can be of help. Continue Reading
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The task of moving a workload to a new server often seems simple enough, but the process is plagued with gotchas. Here’s what to watch for before making the move to new hardware. Continue Reading
In an unpredictable world, disaster recovery planning isn't always enough. These guidelines can help Windows admins ensure business continuity when the worst happens. Continue Reading
Another great tool from the Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit is the Disk Configuration Utility, which you can use to recover failed disks in a cluster. Systems administrator Tim Fenner breaks down the basics of using Confdisk.exe. Continue Reading