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Chapter 18. Backup

When your hard drive fails, a virus attacks, or another disaster befalls you, you can lose everything—your bank records, your work files, even your saved Quake games. To protect yourself and your data, you must back up (make safety copies of) your data regularly.

If you’re on a typical corporate network, you won’t have to worry much about backing up; a highly paid network administrator has probably set up a network-wide backup system that works automatically. But if you’ve created a peer-to-peer network, or if you’re using Windows 2000 Pro on a stand-alone computer, you can use Windows 2000 Pro’s Backup program precisely for this purpose.

Microsoft licensed this powerful backup program from Veritas Software. It lets you back up entire disk drives or selected files and folders, at times and under the conditions you specify.


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