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    Smile Batch File for backing up System State in NTBackUp

    Can anyone help with writing a batch file to run as a pre command in my Back Up software (IBAC 5). I need to set it up so that we get a system state backup on each of our servers and am not sure where to start with it.


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    If your servers are 2008 or newer you can call wbadmin from your batch file.
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    This is what I run directly from the task scheduler
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    wbadmin.exe start backup -backuptarget:\\backupserverip\Backups -allCritical -quiet

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    Thank you this is just what I needed.

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