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Serverbackup schedule can not be setup


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Go to Administrative Tools>Task Scheduler and expand the + sign next to Microsoft and then the same for Windows.  Look for the Backup Folder and verify there is a scheduled task in there.  If not y

Send me a PM and I can export mine and send it to you.  It's nothing but an XML file. 

Here's what mine has in the Actions tab: %windir%\System32\wbadmin.exe start backup -templateId:{50e4eff5-5931-4682-898b-e4e223066eea} -quiet

Go to Administrative Tools>Task Scheduler and expand the + sign next to Microsoft and then the same for Windows.  Look for the Backup Folder and verify there is a scheduled task in there.  If not you can create one.  But also verify the details on the task.

You should be able to the the Next Run Time-Last Run Time-Last Run Result.  What do those say?

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I opened Task Scheduler (took some time to find the German link :)

In Backup Folder is nothing inside. How do I creat the Backup Task? Trigger is clear but which program hast to be started?

 

If I click on show all scheduled tasks it shows only 3 entries

CacheTask

MsCtfMonitor

Startup (autostart Open Hardware Monitor)

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Here's what mine has in the Actions tab: %windir%\System32\wbadmin.exe start backup -templateId:{50e4eff5-5931-4682-898b-e4e223066eea} -quiet

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PM is out

 

@ikon: which drives will be backuped with this entry? Only System or any of the data drives (I only want System)

and to which location is it saved?

Thanks

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