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Backing up Schema Master

Posted on 2004-08-22
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I'm adding a w2k3 DC to a w2k domain. I've been reading about running forestprep and domainprep. My question - it is suggested to backup the schema master - does this mean to backup the entire server or is their a particular part or file to backup?
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Backup the schema master entirely, including system state.
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