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    Quote Originally Posted by zag View Post
    Virtualisation + clone = disaster recovery plan these days
    It also has to be in written form for the person who doesn't know the system and thus this is what we call a DRP or BRP plan.

    Nice that you have everything sorted my friend but apart from all of us, who else knows your system and what to do in the event of say you getting run over (theoretically speaking mind you, heaven forbid anything should happen to you). ;D

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