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I would presume that you could schedule a task based on the Event ID 4 in the event logs to kick off a reboot after it is posted. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc734345%28v=ws.10%29.aspx Product: Windows Operating System ID: 4 Source: Microsoft-Windows-Backup Version: 6.0 Symbolic Name: BACKUP_SUCCESS_EVENT Message: Backup ...
I don't think there is a way to do this reliably with built-in Windows tools. However, BackupAssist allows you to use multiple USB disks with Windows Server Backup in the same way that one might use multiple tapes, e.g. for rotating offsite backups. It also will automatically "safely remove" USB disks when a backup job is complete, so that the person ...
You can use the get status argument to wbadmin. It won't return until the job completes, so it would be fairly trivial to write a script that kicked-off the backup, fired off a wbadmin get status, and then did whatever you want after the backup completes.
The default allocation method for *nix OS's (of allocating disk blocks only when they're needed) is throwing Windows Backup for a loop. You need to pre-allocate the space. Add the strict allocate = yes to your smb.conf and give it a shot again. (See http://www.samba.org/samba/docs/man/manpages-3/smb.conf.5.html for details about the strict allocate option.) ...
Current server backup only supports a volume smaller than 2TB as the source You can make a small reg-hack to overcome the volume issue. To remove the 2TB limit in the backup wizard. HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows Server\Server Backup QWORD MaxVolumeSize = n N is some number larger than your volume size. 2TB is 0x1FDFFE00000 or 2190431223808 bytes The ...
I would suspect that your Ruby binary is 32-bit. A 32-bit program "sees" the "C:\WINDOWS\SYSWOW64" directory as "C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32", and there's no wbadmin.exe in "C:\WINDOWS\SYSWOW64".
No it is not possible. Windows Server backup is a simple, free backup tool that works well enough, but lacks the flexible, robust, granular features of an enterprise-grade backup solution. WSB monitors the free space left on the drive and if the drive is full, it deletes the oldest backup before taking a new one. And that's all you get. If, for some ...
I've had similar problems with NTBackup in the past when it was scheduled to run under the NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM user because it doesn't have any network permissions whatsoever, so just hung indefinitely. To fix the problem, I had to run the scheduled task under my own user account.
I've posted an article with discussion of how to do this: http://www.itwriting.com/blog/2887-using-backup-on-windows-hyper-v-server-or-server-core.html Tim
Here's a variation that automatically avoids cd/dvd. It deliberately backs up hard drives only. @echo off SETLOCAL ENABLEEXTENSIONS SETLOCAL ENABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION set remotebackup=\\backupserver\path for /F "usebackq eol=: skip=1 tokens=1" %%a in ( `wmic logicaldisk where "drivetype=3" get deviceid` ) do ( set "_drive=%%a:" set ...
you can use blat which is a command line tool that sends an email using an SMTP server and credentials you specify. I have set up my script to use blat and send me an email on the failure of wbadmin backup. It's an incredibly useful tool for scripting. I use it all the time in alot of my scripts to alert me of status that may require my attention.
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