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Chapter 18. Backing Up, Restoring, and R... > Backing Up and Restoring the ISA Ser...

Backing Up and Restoring the ISA Server Operating System and Components

Each version of backup software has specific steps that are used to back up and restore system components. These procedures should be followed per the specific instructions provided by the product. If a third-party product is not available, the built-in NTBACKUP product that ships with Windows Server 2003 can be used. This product provides for full server backup and restore capabilities, only with a few less options than the enterprise third-party backup software available. To use NTBackup to back up an ISA server, perform the following steps:

1.
Click Start, Run, and then type NTBackup and click OK.

2.
If NTBackup has never been run before, a wizard starts. If the wizard does not start, click Backup Wizard (Advanced) from the Welcome tab.

3.
When the prompt asks what will be done, select Back Up Files and Settings and click Next.

4.
At the subsequent dialog box, shown in Figure 18.9, select All Information on This Computer and click Next.

Figure 18.9. Using NTBackup to back up an ISA server.


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When prompted where to place the backup file, click the Browse button and select the folder on the server or in a remote location to which the backup file will be saved. After the folder has been selected, click Save and then click Next to continue.

6.
Review the information and click Finish.

7.
Click Close after the backup has completed.


  

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