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I scheduled windows server backup but its not working. And showing error in view event logs. Event id 2089
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Hi

How is the backup not working? Event ID 2089 indicates that AD has not been backed up. Have you configured System State Backup for your domain controller?
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System state backup will resolve this issue.
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