How To Backup Your Windows Home Server System State
Posted on: 08/20/2010 08:26 AM

Howtogeek posted another Windows Home Server guide, this time about how to backup the WHS System State

How To Backup Your Windows Home Server System State


Sometimes when your making tweaks to WHS or installing certain Add-Ins, it can make the system unstable. Here we take a look at how to backup the WHS System State and / or Registry so you can restore it if something goes wrong.

Backup WHS System State
The System State includes the most important system files for WHS such as the Registry, Startup Files, and Protected System files.
The first thing you?ll want to to is log on to WHS either through the WHS Console, Remote Desktop, or through Advanced Admin Console. Now navigate to Start \ All Programs \ Accessories \ System Tool \ Backup.



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