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    Backups?

    Hi all,

    I am just wondering if it is possible to back up all my servers to a network share on another server so that everything is in one location and then back it all up to one hard drive?

    I am using Windows Server Back Up and when i am trying to set it up it says that theres no disk found.

    Thanks in advance.

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    sure, just don't use a mapped drive, use the network share instead. I use this method on exchange 2007 just to consolidate the transaction logs and not bogging it drives down with a pointless backup.

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    it still says the same thing that all drives are active. Do you have to use task scheduler?

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