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Simple Backup software for Windows 2000

Posted on 2004-08-05
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Hi Everyone,

I am looking for some simple backup software for our windows 2000 servers. DDS4 20/40GB I'd like it to backup system state, do a proper verify , scheduling, and be able to send some sort of confirmation via email. We have 11 branch offices and each are being backed up. I don't need file open option. I just really need something reliable. NovaBackup server edition 7.1 has the features, and the price is right (just over $100 US) but it's sort of flaky and I'm waiting for their new version to come out but it seems to be taking a while. Next release is Sept 2004

Thanks,

Dean
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Tapeware backup solutions are pretty cheap.. they have multiple product for multiple environment, and I never had any problem with their products at client's sites.

http://www.tapeware.com/?PID=7

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I'll check out the software, thanks!
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