Chapter 17. Backup and Recovery

Disaster-planning strategies

Disaster preparedness procedures

Developing backup strategies

Backing up and recovering your data

Backing up and restoring Active Directory

Troubleshooting startup and shutdown

EVERY Windows Server system on your network represents a major investment in time, resources, and money. It requires a great deal of planning and effort to deploy a new server successfully. It requires just as much planning and effort—if not more—to ensure that you can restore a server when disaster strikes. Why? Because you not only need to plan and implement a backup for each and every server on your network, but you need to perform backups regularly and you need to test the backup process and procedures to ensure ...

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