I understand that with Windows 2003 Server the ERD has been replaced with ASR. It looks like I can only make a ASR disk if I make a backup of the system at the same time. I do not want to backup the server with the built in Windows Backup utility. I use Veritas Backup Exec 10d for that. Do I need an ASR disk in case of an emergency, would it do me any good to have one if I do not have a BKF file created by Windows Backup. Is there a way to make the ASR disk without creating the BKF file at the same time. I know that with older versions of Windows servers recommeded keeping updated versions of ERDsin case of a server crash.