Is there nothing like "creating a repair disk" for Win Server 2008 R2 SP1? Or am I just missing it? Under Win7 I do just enter "Repair" and it finds "create a repair disk".
Sorry - but I am not a professional Admin. Just using the server for my development environment.
If there is no repair disk, is there something similar or something I should create in case I do have a system failure? Sure, a full backup is done, but anything else?
--- Update as of comment AndreasM ---
Actually I did have a "crash" on my Win2008 installation, it simply did not start anymore. When I tried to repair the OS, it did find one of my updates. But it was asking for a repair disk in order to "install" the backups.
Eventually I ended up re-installing the OS, but now I want make sure this does not happen again. I did have a backup of my C: partition, but it did not help me in this case - either because I was simply to dumb to get things rights or for some other reasons.
So is a backup of the System partition not enough?