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What is Backup?

Copy data to alternate media Back
Back Up
Up Data
Data

Prevent data loss

Which files need back up?

Only Administrators can backup the data

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Back
Back Up
Up Data
Data Corrupted
Corrupted Data
Data Restore
Restore Data
Data

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Backup

User-State Backup

Backups all User data

Files

Folders etc

System-State Backup

System-specific data that must be backed

Registry

Boot files - including system files

Active Directory Database

SYSVOL Directory

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ARCHIVE BIT

ARCHIVE BIT

It is a property of File which indicates whether the file
is backed up or not

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Types of Backup

ARCHIVE BIT
Type Files backed up
status after backup
Normal Selected files and folders Yes
Selected files and folders Yes
that were created or
Incremental modified after the last
normal or incremental
backup
Selected files and folders No
that were created or
Differential modified after the last
normal or incremental
backup
Copy Selected files and folders No
Selected files and folders No
Daily that were created or
modified during the day

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BACKUP AND RECOVERY

NORMAL Backup
Backups all selected files and folders.
After backup it removes ARCHIVE BIT
INCREMENTAL Backup
Backups all selected files and folders which are
Created or modified after last backup. After backup
it removes ARCHIVE BIT
DIFFRENTIAL Backup
Backups all selected files and folders which are
Created or modified after last backup. After backup
it does not removes ARCHIVE BIT
COPY Backup
Backups all selected files and folders. After backup
it will not remove ARCHIVE BIT
DAILY Backup
Backups all selected files and folders which are
created or modified on Daily Basis. After backup it
does not removes ARCHIVE BIT

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