Command line to run NTBACKUP with ASR

Has anyone made any headway with finding a way to run ntbackup from the commandline, including ASR settings, to run on a periodic "automated" basis? If so, what command accomplishes this?
Thanks!
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BMardenCommented:
I don't have the exact commandline for you but you should be ablt to use the built in AT commandline prog to submit a re-occurring job tot he task scheduler using "AT /?" (ntbackup /? for it's usage syntax)

Hope that helps
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grayeCommented:
Since the command line can get quite unwieldy, I recommend that folks use the built-in scheduling feature of NTBACKUP to create the inital command line.   Then you go "steal" the command line with all of its arguments to put in a batch file that you can schedule via the Task Scheduler.
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John DarbyPMAuthor Commented:
Hey y'all, here is waht I was looking for. Thanks for your input!

http://www.unsupportedthoughts.com/automatic_asr/automatic_asr_1.1.html
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