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Backup options are configured by choosing the Options command from the Tools menu. Many of these options configure defaults that are used by the Backup Utility and the command-line backup tool, Ntbackup. Those settings can be overridden by options of a specific job.
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The General tab of the Options dialog box includes the following settings:
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Compute Selection Information Before Backup And Restore Operations Backup estimates the number of files and bytes that will be backed up or restored before beginning the operation.
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Use The Catalogs On The Media To Speed Up Building Restore Catalogs On Disk If a system does not have an on-disk catalog for a tape, this option allows the system to create an on-disk catalog from the on-media catalog. However, if the tape with the on-media catalog is missing or if media in the set is damaged, you can deselect this option and the system will scan the entire backup set (or as much of it as you have) to build the on-disk catalog. Such an operation can take several hours if the backup set is large. Verify Data After The Backup Completes The system compares the contents of the backup media to the original files and logs any discrepancies. This option obviously adds a significant amount of time for completing the backup job. Discrepancies are likely if data changes frequently during backup or verification, and it is not recommended to verify system backups because of the number of changes that happen to system files on a continual basis. As long as you rotate tapes and discard tapes before they are worn, it should not be necessary to verify data. Backup The Contents Of Mounted Drives A mounted drive is a drive volume that is mapped to a folder on another volume s namespace, rather than, or in addition to, having a drive letter. If this option is deselected, only the path of the folder that is mounted to a volume is backed up; the contents are not. By selecting this option, the content of the mounted volume is also backed up. There is no disadvantage in backing up a mount point; however if you back up the mount point and the mounted drive as well, your backup set will have duplication.
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If you primarily back up to file and then save that file to another media, clear the following options. If you primarily back up to a tape or another media managed by Removable Storage, select the following options.
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Show Alert Message When I Start the Backup Utility And Removable Storage Is Not Running. Show Alert Message When I Start The Backup Utility And There Is Recognizable Media Available. Show Alert Message When New Media Is Inserted. Always Allow Use Of Recognizable Media Without Prompting.
The Always Allow Use Of Recognizable Media Without Prompting option can be selected if you are using local tape drives for backup only, not for Remote Storage or other functions. The option eliminates the need to allocate free media using the Removable Storage node in the Computer Management console.
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Advanced Backup and Restore
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Backup Logging
The Options dialog has a tab called Backup Log. Logging alerts you to problems that might threaten the viability of your backup, so consider your logging strategy as well as your overall backup plan. Although detailed logging will list every file and path that was backed up, the log is so verbose that you are likely to overlook problems. Therefore, summary logging is recommended and is the default. Summary logs report skipped files and errors. The system will save 10 backup logs to the path %UserProfile%\Local Settings \Application Data\Microsoft\Windows NT\Ntbackup\Data. There is no way to change the path or the number of logs that are saved before the oldest log is replaced. You can, of course, include that path in your backup and thereby back up old logs.
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