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Windows Server Backup Command Reference

1. Wbadmin enable backup

To configure or modify a daily backup schedule, you must be a member of either the Administrators or Backup Operators group. In addition, you must run wbadmin from an elevated command prompt.

Syntax for Windows Server 2008:

wbadmin enable backup
[-addtarget:<BackupTargetDisk>]
[-removetarget:<BackupTargetDisk>]
[-schedule:<TimeToRunBackup>]
[-include:<VolumesToInclude>]
[-allCritical]
[-quiet]

Syntax for Windows Server 2008 R2:

wbadmin enable backup
[-addtarget:<BackupTarget>]
[-removetarget:<BackupTarget>]
[-schedule:<TimeToRunBackup>]
[-include:<VolumesToInclude>]
[-nonRecurseInclude:<ItemsToInclude>]
[-exclude:<ItemsToExclude>]
[-nonRecurseExclude:<ItemsToExclude>][-systemState]
[-allCritical]
[-vssFull | -vssCopy]
[-user:<UserName>]
[-password:<Password>]
[-quiet]

Example:

Schedule backups of volume t: and folder d:\documents to the drive h:, but exclude the folder d:\documents\~tmp

Perform a full backup using the Volume Shadow Copy Service.

Run backups daily at 1:00 A.M.

wbadmin enable backup –addtarget:H: –include T:,D:\documents –exclude D:\documents\~tmp –vssfull –schedule:01:00

 

2. Wbadmin disable backup

To disable a scheduled daily backup, you must be a member of the Administrators group, or you must have been delegated the appropriate permissions. In addition, you must run wbadmin from an elevated command prompt. 

Syntax :

wbadmin disable backup
[-quiet]

Ref : http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc770340(v=ws.10).aspx

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