ok, this is an insurance office. i use ntbackup to run a disk-to-disk backup every day. my backup is a simple over-write of the complete system.
last night, the office mgr called and said she had corrupted a backup attempt of her database. she then restored her corrupted backup over the top of her still good copy, therefore creating two corrupt copies.
I looked at the *.bkf and said, no problem, we have a backup.
then, last night, my backup ran, thus over-writing the only good copy on yesterdays backup with the two corrupt copies on the server hard drive.
Now, my question is, can I use any sort of software or recovery process to go back to the ntbackup file of day before and recover my good file? IF not, I lose a months worth of accounting.
Like I said, I am using the windows native backup, it's set to over-write with same file name, etc.
any help would be appreciated.