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Figure 3-13 How To Back Up page
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10. On the Backup Options page, shown in Figure 3-14, select the Replace The Exist ing Backups option, then select the Allow Only The Owner And The Administra tor Access To The Backup Data And To Any Backups Appended To This Medium check box. This action saves only the most recent copy of Active Directory and allows you to restrict who can gain access to the completed backup file or tape. Click Next.
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Figure 3-14 Backup Options page
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11. On the When To Back Up page, shown in Figure 3-15, select Now. Click Next.
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Figure 3-15 When To Back Up page
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12. On the Completing The Backup Or Restore Wizard page, click Finish to start the backup operation. 13. The Backup Progress window shows the progress of the backup. 14. When the backup operation is complete, the Backup Progress window, shown in Figure 3-16, shows that the backup is complete. You can click the Report button to see a report about the backup operation, as shown in Figure 3-17. The report is stored on the hard disk of the computer on which you are running the backup.
Figure 3-16 Backup Progress window showing completed backup
Figure 3-17 Backup operation report
15. Close the report when you have finished viewing it and then click Close to close the backup operation.
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Scheduling Active Directory Backup Operations
Scheduling an Active Directory backup operation means that you can have an unat tended backup job occur later when users are not at work and files are closed. You can also schedule Active Directory backup operations to occur at regular intervals. To enable this, Windows Server 2003 integrates the backup operation with the Task Scheduler service. To schedule a backup operation, you must access the advanced backup settings as described in the following procedure. To schedule an Active Directory backup operation, complete the following steps: 1. Follow steps 1 10 in the previous section, Creating an Active Directory Backup. 2. On the When To Back Up page, shown in Figure 3-18, select Later. Then type the job name in the Job Name box and click Set Schedule.
Figure 3-18 When To Back Up page
3. In the Schedule tab in the Schedule Job dialog box, shown in Figure 3-19, select the frequency of the backup operation: Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Once, At System Startup, At Logon, or When Idle from the Schedule Task list. Indicate the time the backup operation will begin in the Start Time list. Indicate when the task will occur in the Schedule Task box for the selected frequency. Click Advanced.
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Figure 3-19 Schedule Job dialog box, Schedule tab
4. In the Advanced Schedule Options dialog box, shown in Figure 3-20, you can specify when the backup operations should begin, end, or how often they should be repeated in the Start Date, End Date, and Repeat Task boxes respectively. Enter information as necessary and click OK.
Figure 3-20 Advanced Schedule Options dialog box
5. In the Schedule tab in the Schedule Job dialog box, select the Show Multiple Schedules check box if you wish to set up more than one schedule for the backup operation. Repeat steps 1 4 for each schedule. Click the Settings tab when you are finished setting up schedules. 6. In the Settings tab in the Schedule Job dialog box, shown in Figure 3-21, specify whether to delete the task file from your computer s hard disk after the backup
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operation has finished running and is not scheduled to run again in the Scheduled Task Completed box. Specify whether to start or stop the backup operation based on the computer s idle time in the Idle Time box. Specify whether to start or stop the backup operation based on the computer s power status in the Power Manage ment box. Click OK.
Figure 3-21 Schedule Job dialog box, Settings tab
7. On the When To Back Up page, click Next. 8. In the Set Account Information dialog box, shown in Figure 3-22, type the password for the account shown in the Password box and confirm the password in the Confirm Password box. Click OK.
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