Have been trying to find a feature similar to Windows 7/Xp system restore point, but all I was able to accomplish so far was a full massive disk backup using the Windows Backup Server.
Is there a better option, when you capture just the system state w/out any storage? To be able to restore to a point-in-time the OS image, not the entire disk.
It's a Windows 2008 R2 server, but I think the same would matter for the 2008 as well.
This is the forced-options prompt I'm getting while choosing a bare-metal backup and attempting to skip full volume backup. None of the sub-folders can be skipped either.
So instead of a system image that took some 70MB at most in Windows7, I can now only backup the entire humongous drive each time, which is not what we're trying to achieve at all.