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Lesson 1
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Recovering from System Failure
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The recovery features discussed so far in this chapter assume that you either have a functioning network connection to the server or have physical access to the server so that you can log on locally. When you are unable to use local logon or a network connection to manage a server, Emergency Management Services (EMS), a new feature in Microsoft Windows Server 2003, supports remote management and system recovery. By using EMS, you can remotely recover an unresponsive server or even power a server off and on. EMS also supports headless servers those without a local keyboard, monitor, or mouse. EMS has strict requirements for Windows Server 2003, the management client, and the server s hardware and firmware. For more information, visit the Microsoft Web site at http://www.microsoft.com and search for Emergency Management Services. By installing, configuring, and managing a server, you can significantly reduce the likelihood of failure. But should a server hiccup, the troubleshooting concepts and skills covered in this book will equip you to diagnose and resolve the problem. Even in the case of significant failure, system backup, ASR, the Recovery Console, and EMS enable you to restore a server to operation.
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Practice: Recovering from System Failure
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In this practice, you will back up the System State and create an Automated System Recovery Set. You will also install and use the Recovery Console to troubleshoot driver or service failures. Finally, if you have access to a second physical disk drive, you will be able to perform Automated System Recovery to restore a failed server.
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Exercise 1: Back Up the System State
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1. Log on to Server01 as Administrator. 2. Open the Backup Utility. 3. If the Backup And Restore Wizard appears, click Advanced Mode. 4. Click the Backup tab and select the check box next to System State. Also click the System State label so that you can see the components of the System State listed in the other pane of the dialog box. 5. Type a file name for the backup file, such as C:\SystemState.bkf. 6. Start the backup. 7. When the backup is complete, examine the file size of the System State backup file. How big is the file
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Recovering from System Failure
Exercise 2: Create an ASR Set
This exercise requires a blank floppy disk and approximately 1.5 GB of free disk space. If you have a second physical disk in Server01, direct the backup to that disk so that you can perform an ASR in Exercise 4. 1. Open the Backup Utility. If the Backup And Restore Wizard appears, click Advanced Mode. 2. Click Automated System Recovery Wizard, or choose ASR Wizard from the Tools menu. 3. Follow the prompts. Back up to a file called ASRBackup.bkf on the C drive or, if you have a second physical disk, on that volume. 4. When the backup is complete, examine the file size of ASRBackup.bkf. How big is it How does its size compare to that of the System State backup
Exercise 3: Installing and Using the Recovery Console
1. Insert the Windows Server 2003 CD-ROM. 2. Click Start, Run, and then type the following command in the Open box:
D:\i386\winnt32.exe/ cmdcons
where D is the drive letter for your CD-ROM. The Recovery Console will be installed on the local hard disk. 3. To simulate a service in need of troubleshooting, open the Services console from Administrative Tools. Locate the Messenger service. Double-click the service and choose Automatic as the Startup Type. 4. Restart the server. 5. When the server presents the startup boot menu, select Microsoft Windows Recovery Console. 6. When prompted, type 1 to select the installation of Windows Server 2003. 7. Type the password for the local Administrator account. 8. When the Recovery Console prompt appears (by default, C:\Windows>), type help to display a list of commands. 9. Type listsvc to display a list of services and drivers. Note that the short name of many services is not the same as the long name. However, the short name of the Messenger service is also Messenger. Confirm that its startup is set to Automatic. 10. Type disable messenger to disable the service. The output of the command indicates the success of the command and the original startup configuration for the service (in this case, SERVICE_AUTO_START). You should always make note of
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