Can a Windows 2003 Server Standard be backed up to a Windows Server 2000?

Posted on 2009-12-18
Last Modified: 2013-12-01
Can a Windows 2003 Server Standard be backed up to a Windows Server 2000? If so, what and how can it be backed up
Question by:renniscom
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    I take it that since you are listing this under Backup Exec, you are asking if it can be backed up with Backup Exec and the answer is yes. You just install the remote agent on the Windows 2000 server running Backup Exec and add it to the job as you would any other server.

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