9.10. Answers to Review Questions

  1. A, C. Shadow Copies will allow users to retrieve previous versions of their data without an administrator's help. As a best practice, you should store the Shadow Copies on a separate volume (on a separate physical disk). Performing a daily backup of data, you'll be able to restore data if any drive fails. Clustering will allow the services of the server to continue running even if the server fails, but this is not required in the scenario.

  2. D. By enabling Shadow Copies, users can retrieve previous versions of their files without administrator user intervention. There is no need to install Windows Server Backup on the user's desktop. You can't install Windows Complete PC Restore or the WinRE on the user's desktops. ...

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