Question about Dell PowerEdge 830 Server
I just need to know how to make a complete backup for m PowerEdge 830. The server is on it's last leg and needs to be replaced. It currently runs Microsoft Server 2008. I have a "My Passport" by Western Digital to back up my files. It acts like it is working but when I try to pull it up on another computer, it denies access. What am I doing wrong?
Make sure to 'take ownership' of all files with your Windows 2008 account before transferring. (or your AD account if you guys use AD) note: you can only do this with an adminstrator account. Take Ownership of File or Folder
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like you're running Windows Server 2003 and want to run a backup utility.
Fortunately, this OS ships with a built-in backup utility called we call "ntbackup."
You can launch this program from Start -> Run, or you can find it in Start -> Accessories -> System Tools -> Backup.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
I have a TL2000 from Dell and it works great. It has an LTO-4 drive in it which can back up 800GB/1600GB. I highly recommend it.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
dell poweredge servers are not needed for sound. DELL support will not support any sound cards or care anything about your audio issues. You will not find audio drivers because again, a server's purpose has nothing to do with audio.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
its the cover switch. there is a small push switch on the front panel that detects if the front cover has been removed, either the switch is defective, or the cover is not seating properly to close the switch.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
first I would try a "disk cleanup" to remove any un-necessary files and to compress old files. this should provide more free space. if you still need more space you can just drag and drop files from the c drive to the f drive, just make sure you don't get any system files or anything under the "program files" directory. to perform a disk cleanup double click on the "my computer" icon on your desktop, right click on the c drive and go to properties. you will see the "disk cleanup" button on the bottom of the general tab. click on that and follow the instructions to do the disk cleanup.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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