So in other words...the only way to do a system restore on a Win2000 machine
safely and reliably is from the windows server?

On 10/29/00 6:37 PM, "Robin Mayoff" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> The Registry Backup Manager that is included with the Retrospect Client for
> Windows (for use with Retrospect for Macintosh) will back up the Windows NT
> Registry, but it can not back up the Windows 2000 specific state information
> (Active Directory, Com+, Cert. Services). The RBM can back up the registry,
> just not the items listed above. The best way to back up a Windows 2000
> computer is to use Retrospect for Windows.

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