How to backup with SBS 2008 and Windows 7?

Windows Small Business Server 2008 provides built-in protection for the server. When you join computers to the domain, you can run Redirect folders for user accounts to the server wizard from the SBS 2008 administration console to redirect your user’s “My Documents” folders to server. This data can then be backed up according to schedule […]

Windows Small Business Server 2008 provides built-in protection for the server. When you join computers to the domain, you can run Redirect folders for user accounts to the server wizard from the SBS 2008 administration console to redirect your user’s “My Documents” folders to server. This data can then be backed up according to schedule you define in Configure server backup wizard. Adding Windows 7 to the domain increases your ability to back up any or all information from the PC to another drive. Here’s how you can add this level of protection to your network running SBS 2008. “First, open the Administrator Console on the server running SBS 2008. Click the Shared Folders and Web Sites tab, then click Add a new shared folder. This launches New Share wizard. On Shared Folder Location page, create a folder on a volume with enough storage space for all system images you’ll create. If you create the folder in the Users directory, this folder will be automatically backed up each night as part of the SBS 2008 backup process.[…]”

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