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Taking Systemstate backup in Windows Server 2008

Ntbackup is deprecated in Windows Server 2008"coded name Longhorn" and is replaced by Windows Server Backup.

To backup the System State in Windows Server 2008, you have to use the command line "WBADMIN" . Before using the command install Windows Backup feature in the server.

WBADMIN command will not allow you to take systemstate backup on critical volume (OS Volume).

The exact command is like this:

C:\>WBADMIN START SYSTEMSTATEBACKUP -backuptarget:E:

Click "Y" to start the backup


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