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How do I backup my wwwroot ?

Posted on 2001-07-04
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I am using IIS in Win2000. In my wwwroot, there are a lot of _vti_.....
These directories prevent me from copy the wwwroot. Why ?
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Because they're in use. IIS uses them. You don't need them, you can certainly back up the contents without them. They're part of what FP extensions creates.

If you back up without them, and have to restore the site, you'll need to re-apply the FP extensions when you put all the files back, and make sure that you have all the permissions/settings correct. But you don't need them to back up the site files.
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Generally, I recommend you NOT backup anything in that directory tree. Production should be left alone. It is exposed.

Rather,, create, design, develop elsewhere. Then, copy it over to the prime server. The original is now an instant backup, and it is not exposed (so if defacement, you get a measure of quick resource).
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Also, many won't FP there either, similar reasons, among them it makes separate S/A copy that gets reapplied whether changes made or not. Thus, it can undo a fix real quick.
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This question has been open for some time and is now in
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Please DO NOT accept this comment as the answer to the question, it is purely an alert to the fact that this question is still open.

It would be greatly appreciated if any of the participants could comment back here in order to give assistance in what the status of this question is and what should be done with it (delete, 0 PAQ, award points etc).

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by:SunBow
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weiyee08, Got some Code Red there? Nimda?
webwoman, split? (not much for not much)
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It is time to clean this abandoned question up.  

I am putting it on a clean up list for CS.

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