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You can start the Recovery Console by booting with the Windows Server 2003 CDROM and, when prompted, pressing R to choose the repair and recover option. However, when a system is down you will typically want to recover the system as quickly as possible, and you may not want to waste time hunting down a copy of the CD-ROM or waiting for the laboriously long restart process. Therefore, it is recommended to proactively install the Recovery Console. To install the Recovery Console, insert the Windows Server 2003 CD-ROM and type cd-drive:\i386\winnt32 /cmdcons on the command line. The Setup Wizard will install the 8 MB console in a hidden folder called Cmdcons, and will modify the boot.ini file to provide the Recovery Console as a startup option during the boot process.
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If you ever decide to remove the Recovery Console, you must delete files and folders that are super hidden. From Windows Explorer, choose the Folder Options command from the Tools menu. Click the View tab, select Show Hidden Files and Folders, clear Hide Protected Operating System Files, click OK and, if you are prompted with a warn ing about displaying protected system files, click Yes. Then, delete the Cmdcons folder and the Cmldr file, each of which are located in the root of the system drive. You must next remove the Recovery Console startup option from Boot.ini. Open System from Control Panel, click the Advanced tab, click the Set tings button in the Startup And Recovery frame, then, in the Startup And Recovery dia log box, under System startup, select Edit. Boot.ini will display in Notepad. Remove the entry for the Recovery Console, which will look something like this:
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c:\cmdcons\bootsect.dat="Microsoft Windows Recovery Console" /cmdcons
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Save the file and close Boot.ini.
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Using the Recovery Console
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After you have installed the Recovery Console, you can boot the system and select Microsoft Windows Recovery Console from the startup menu. If the console was not installed or cannot be launched successfully, you can restart using the Windows Server 2003 CD-ROM and, at the Welcome To Setup screen, press R to select Repair. The load ing takes significantly longer from the CD-ROM, but the resulting Recovery Console is identical to that installed on the local system. Once the Recovery Console has started, as shown in Figure 13-3, you will be prompted to select the installation of Windows to which you wish to log on. You will then be asked to enter the Administrator password. You must use the password assigned to the local Administrator account, which, on a domain controller, is the password configured on the Directory Services Restore Mode Password page of the Active Directory Instal lation Wizard.
Figure 13-3
The Recovery Console
You can type help at the console prompt to list the commands available in the Recov ery Console, and help command name for information about a specific command. Most are familiar commands from the standard command-line environment. Several of the commands deserve particular attention:
Listsvc Displays the services and drivers that are listed in the registry as well as their startup settings. This is a useful way to discover the short name for a service or driver before using the Enable and Disable commands. Enable/Disable Controls the startup status of a service or driver. If a service or driver is preventing the operating system from starting successfully, use the Recov ery Console s Disable command to disable the component, then restart the system and repair or uninstall the component. Diskpart Provides the opportunity to create and delete partitions using an interface similar to that of the text-based portion of Setup. You can then use the Format command to configure a file system for a partition. Bootcfg Enables you to manage the startup menu.
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