I'm unable to set up Server 2008 R2 Enterprise backup. I keep getting the error message "Volumes larger than 2088958 megabytes cannot be protected" error message.
The volume I want to backup is the C: drive. It currently has 1.41 TB free out of a total size of 2.26 TB (see the screenshot).
What do I need to do to fix this issue so that I will be able to use the built in Server 2008 R2 Enterprise backup utility to backup this server to a 3 TB external USB hard drive? Server-2008-Backup.png C-Drive-properties.png
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