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Does Windows 2008 (std, NOT R2), server backup - creates VHD's?

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Just like the R2 does?

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by:Krzysztof Pytko
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Yes, it was introduced in 2008 R1

A little bit more how backup process work
http://www.wbadmin.info/articles/how-does-windows-server-2008-backup-work.html

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Krzysztof
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Thx, what does 2008 R1 stands for? is it SP1?
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You're welcome :)

Release 1 like R2 - Release 2 :)
I would suggest using R1 with SP2 installed

Krzysztof
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Many thx!
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You're welcome :)
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