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We have a standalone server (not part of AD). is there an equivalent to XP's system restore on windows server 2003?
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system restore is not a part of 2003 server but can be configured.  Here is a tutorial  http://www.windowsreference.com/windows-server-2003/how-to-installenable-system-restore-on-win-server-2003/  I have tested this and it works.  I find good backups of the system state preferable to system restore.
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