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We ve got a whole chapter on backups 16, Con guring Backup but it s important to talk brie y about them here under disaster recovery, because they re the backbone of any disaster recovery scenario. Having a backup of your critical system les is nice. Having backups of your data is nice. But having a tested backup of both of them is critical to a successful restore experience. By tested, we mean that you ve actually restored the les in the backup and that you were able to read and use them.
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Not every single backup will get tested for your ability to restore. That s not realistic and there s no point even pretending it s going to happen. But you should have a regular schedule of testing backups to know you can restore from them. We like to do ours at least once a week. We pick a couple of key subdirectories and restore them to a temporary location on the server. Image backups, such as those done by Windows Server Backup, pose additional testing issues. It s a really good idea to test full system restores to ensure that your recovery scenario for a full hardware failure is viable especially if you intend to do restores to dissimilar hardware, which is something not directly contemplated by Windows Server 2008 Backup. If you want to be able to do a restore to dissimilar hardware, you re probably going to need to use a third-party backup utility, such as Acronis True Image for Microsoft Windows Small Business Server (http://www.acronis.com) or StorageCraft ShadowProtect Server (http://www.storagecraft.com). Both of these products are designed to allow you to do backup and restore to dissimilar hardware, including physical to virtual (P2V).
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The process of restoring your SBS server from backup is something you should test and do before you nd yourself in the middle of a disaster. And yes, we know, we re repeating ourselves. But it s really important. One last time and then we ll let it go: The only good backup is a fully tested backup. And the only reliable way to test a backup is to restore it. When disaster strikes your SBS network, and you have to restore an entire server, you ll need the following: Your backup. Hardware to restore the backup to. If you re using the native Windows Server 2008 Backup that is part of SBS, it needs to be quite similar hardware to the server you re replacing. The original disk 1 from your SBS 2008 installation media, or another Windows Server 2008 Standard DVD. Any drivers required to for Windows Server 2008 to see your hard disks or your backup media. These should be on a USB key or other media that the target server can read. When you have all the requirements together, you re ready to restore your server by following these steps:
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Insert the rst disk of the SBS 2008 installation media and turn on the server. If the BIOS needs to be changed to allow the DVD drive to be the rst boot device, go into the server s BIOS and make the change and then restart the server. If prompted, press any key to boot from the DVD drive to bring up the initial localization page of the Windows Small Business Server 2008 installation, as shown in Figure 27-1.
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FIGURE 27-1 The localization page of the Windows Small Business Server 2008 installation
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Set the localization options and then click Next to open the Install Now page. Click Repair Your Computer to open the System Recovery Options dialog box shown in Figure 27-2. If you re restoring to a bare system, no operating system is shown, as in the gure.
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