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2008 R2 Backup - Domain Controller

Posted on 2012-04-09
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Just set a scheduled backup for My 2008 R2 Domain Controller. It started at 5:30 and now its 8:30 and still hasnt written to my network drive. How can i check the status of it? This backup is being done through the server backup tool on the win 2k8 r2 box.

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You can verify a successful backup by looking at a history:

wbadmin get versions

You can check status with:

vssadmin query reverts
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Go to Server Manager, Expand the server - Server Manager (serverName), Expand Storage, click on Windows Server Backup.  in the middle pane, under Messages, click on the backup you want to review.
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