If you want to use a DAT Tapes for backup why not use the Backup utility that
comes with the default NT Server 4.0 installation.
To access that simply type in :-
Start -> Program -> Administrative Tools -> Backup
But make sure you have setup your DAT Tape Drive physically and you have got NT
server to probe your DAT Tape drive by going to : -
start -> control panel -> SCSI Tape -> (then it will detect your SCSI Tape
After all has been complete all you have to do is implememt
a Backup Procedure or policy.
Looking forward to your feedback.
On Fri, 10 Mar 2000, email@example.com wrote:
> That is set up, however a standby backup allows me to restore files
> that are accidently deleted. If a file is accidently deleted by a
> client, with mirroring both drives are immediately affected and
> I'm back to tape.
> On Wed, 8 Mar 2000, Greg Hastings wrote:
> > If your running NT Server, just set up the new drive to mirror the drive you
> > want to backup. Everything is duplicated in real time. If either drive
> > fails, the other is immediately available to take over.
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > > I'm looking for something that I can use to back up a box onto an
> > > extra hard drive on the same system. I prefer to have both tape
> > > and online backups (the restores are sooooo much easier and drive
> > > prices are fairly low). Can anyone suggest inexpensive software
> > > that will back up directly to another drive? Thanks, Dan
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