Backup and Recovery of Small Business Server 2003 using Data Protection Manager 2007 v.1

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Learn how to use Data Protection Manager 2007 to back up Windows SBS 2003.This white paper written by Andrew Alaniz of Computer Technology Solutions, Inc., outlines the steps necessary to prepare for a bare metal restore by using Microsoft Data Protection Manager 2007 to back up a computer running the Windows Small Business Server 2003 server software.System Requirements * Supported Operating Systems: Windows Small Business Server 2003 Supported Operating Systems: Windows Small Business Server 2003 Instructions1. Click the Download link to start the download.2. Do one of the following:To view the document immediately, click Open or Run this program from its current location.To copy the document to your computer for viewing at a later time, click Save or Save this program to disk.

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