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System state Backup in Windows 2008

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Hi,

I am trying to take system state backup on windows 2008 server using server backup. I can't see the option just to back up system state , which i did with NTBACKUP before. Instead it is forcing me take full backup.

do i have to run wbadmin maybe ?

how do i get system state backup with windows backup to local drive?
Thanks

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You are correct to back up only the system state you need to use the command line version of the tool.
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See the following technet article for command syntax

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc742124(WS.10).aspx
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