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Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 Inside Out by William R. Stanek

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Chapter 23. Using Removable Media

Removable media are important aspects of Microsoft Windows Server 2003 networks, especially when it comes to backups. In Windows Server 2003, you can create backups on fixed drives or removable drives. Managing backups on fixed drives is fairly straightforward. Backups are written to backup files and restored from backup files on a hard disk. By using removable drives, you have tapes or discs to manage as well as media pools and media libraries. If you use a tape drive, for example, tapes are your media. The tapes and the tape drive form a library in which backups are written to one or more ...

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