When you perform a system state backup using Windows Server Backup on Windows Server 2008, the backup fails with the following error: Backup of system state failed 16:21 Log of files successfully backed up 'C: Windows Logs WindowsServerBackup SystemStateBackup 16-21-37.log' Log of files for which backup failed 'C.
I was pleasantly surprised to find out that the version of Windows Server 2008 backup included in SBS 2008 is significantly improved.
There were a lot of ramblings on the Net about the missing option to recover Exchange 2007 running on Windows Server 2008.
Windows Server Backup 2008 R2
Windows Server 2008 Backup Service
Dan Windows Server Backup to multiple disks 2014-02-13T15:21:20+00:00 SBS 2008, SBS 2011, Server 2008 R2, Server 2008, Server 2012, Windows Backup 3 Comments After a mammoth task of going through various customers backups I’ve concluded that the Windows Server Backup included in Windows Server 2008 onwards is actually pretty good. How can one cleanly cancel a background backup operation on Windows Server 2008 created through the Windows Server Backup console using Backup Once after the status windows has been closed? SBS 2008 only has the most basic backup utility built in as far as I can tell (similar to Vista), and it will only back up to physical volumes. I've read that you can set up a batch task to backup to a network. SBS 2008 Backup - posted in Windows Server: I have never had good luck with getting reliable backups using SBS backup. Is there something out there better, at a reasonable price, or is it just my.
Not anymore. Besides the options to recover separate files and volumes, now you can backup and restore applications like Exchange and Sharepoint services. Here is a snapshot:
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When I run a system state backup using the wbadmin start systemstatebackup backupTarget:E: -quiet
I get an error that says this, 'Enumeration of files failed'. Then the log file displays this message, ' Error in backup of C:documents and settingsall users during read: Error [0x80070005] Access is denied.'
I also get an event in the event log for VSS, ID 8193, source VSS, Error 0x80070539.
I found an article that says I should remove a registry entry that has a .bak at the end. I did this (looks like it was a reference to something in quickbooks). I need to wait for the server reboot tonight before I'll know if this worked. Here is the article.