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If the computer is used less often or if the data is not as valuable, consider making one incremental backup each week for three weeks and one full, normal backup every fourth week. Alternating the full backups between two cartridges ensures that at least one always exists. This reduces the amount of time spent creating backups, but it also reduces protection against data corruption or erasure. Over the course of a year, this method uses at least fives tapes or discs.
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The following scenario illustrates a possible approach for backing up a small network that consists of a computer that is running Windows XP Professional and that is hosting a public file share for 20 other client computers. Connect a storage device to the share host computer. From the share host computer, you can back up user files on remote computers that are running the following operating systems: Microsoft Windows for Workgroups, Microsoft Windows 95, Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, and Windows XP Professional. (See the two suggested methods for doing this that follow.)
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Establish a media rotation schedule. If conserving media is a requirement, back up clients less frequently than you back up the share host and encourage users to copy critical files to the network share at the end of the day. Volume shadow copies cannot be used on remote shares. The success of your backup is more reliable if it is run on an individual Windows XP Professional based computer and saved to the server that you are backing up. Using this method provides a shadow copy of the data volumes, and you can then schedule periodic system state backups. However, this backup method must be managed and scheduled for each computer individually, which is not practical if you manage many computers. In the descriptions of the following methods for backing up remote computers, the computer that contains the data to be backed up is called Data. The computer that runs the backup process is called Target.
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Back up Data locally to disk. Use Backup over the network or the xcopy command to move the resulting backup file to Target. Make sure you run a backup verification pass that compares the data on Data and the data on Target on a regular basis. Typical transfer speeds for Ethernet or Token Ring are approximately 1 megabyte (MB) per second if the network is not busy. Use this transfer rate and the total amount of data being transferred to estimate the transfer time. If the transfer time is too long, you might need to use a faster network connection or a different backup method. For more information about using the xcopy command, type the following at the command prompt:
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Copy the data that you want to back up to another disk or disks on Data. Bring Data online, and copy the data by using the data storage device that is connected to Data. You can also back up Data over the network to Target. Whether to perform the backup from Data or from Target depends on the following factors:
Availability of a target computer Policies requiring backups on designated computers Time and cost of performing backup from Data Time and cost of transferring files to Target
Part II:
Desktop Management
LAN Backup Schedule
After you have determined the best method for giving Target access to the data it needs to back up, begin your backup schedule plan. On Target, run a full, normal backup every Friday. Every Monday through Thursday, run a differential backup to a different tape. Run this program for four weeks before you reuse tapes in the backup program. On every fourth Friday, save the full backup as a permanent archive stored in a secure, off-site location. Over the course of a year, this method uses at least 31 tapes. Note
To allow users access to even older versions of document files, lengthen the backup schedule to six weeks before tapes are reused. This increases the number of tapes used in a year to at least 41. If a computer is used seven days a week, add a Saturday and Sunday differential backup to the schedule.
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