The backup command prompts the backup GUI and, in contrast to with all the different instructions lined on this chapter, you can’t choose what to again up with the backup
command itself. You must choose that from the GUI; nevertheless, you possibly can run the GUI
as soon as, choose what information to again up, and save that to a .bks file you specify on the command line later.
As with the opposite instruments lined on this chapter, this part shouldn’t be
meant to exchange the assistance web page for ntbackup. It has many different choices
not lined right here.
Along with choosing which information is going to be backed up, it’s also possible to choose values for a variety of different choices:
• Kind of backup (regular, copy, differential, or each day)
• Kind of goal (disk or tape)
• Title of goal (for instance, f:\backupfile.bkf)
• Append or overwrite present backups on track
• Logging degree (verbose, abstract, or none)
These choices could be specified as choices on the command line or within the backup
GUI and saved as a part of a .bks file. Nevertheless, since it’s a must to run the backup
GUI to create a backup setup, we gained cowl the command-line switches in
element. As an alternative, we’ll present you with easy methods to get Home windows to robotically create the command you’ll want to run.
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No-drama discipline: the whole-brain way to calm the chaos and nurture your child’s
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