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Everyone must remember the system restore function of Windows XP but it can only restore local files but can't do anything about shared files. With the introduction of the Windows Server 2003 operating system this problem has been solved. This little stuff is Windows Server 2

  Everyone must remember the system restore function of Windows XP but it can only restore local files but can't do anything with shared files. With the introduction of the Windows Server 2003 operating system this problem has been solved. This little stuff is Windows Server 2003's Volume Shadow Copy Service (Volume Shadow Copy Service) which creates copies of files stored in network shared files at predetermined intervals. Once the shared file is maliciously modified or damaged the user can restore it based on the copy file. Is it very convenient? Let's use it together!

The first step: enable the volume Shadow copy service. In Windows Server 2003 system. Open \u0026ldquo;My Computer\u0026rdquo; right-click the hard disk partition where the shared folder is located and note that this partition must be the NTFS file system. Select \u0026ldquo;Properties\u0026rdquo; then switch to the \u0026ldquo;Shadow Copy\u0026rdquo; tab select the hard disk partition in the option box and then click the \u0026ldquo;Enable\u0026rdquo; button so that the Shadow Copy service is enabled.

The second step: adjust the time interval parameters for creating duplicate files. By default Windows Server 2003 Volume Shadow Copy Service can only create two copies per day which simply cannot meet our needs. In the \u0026ldquo;Shadow Copy\u0026rdquo; tab click the \u0026ldquo;Settings\u0026rdquo; button then click the \u0026ldquo;Schedule\u0026rdquo; button and finally click the \u0026ldquo;Advanced\u0026rdquo; button in the \u0026ldquo;Schedule\u0026rdquo; box in the\u0026ldquo; In the advanced plan option\u0026rdquo; dialog box select the\u0026ldquo;repetitive task\u0026rdquo; option (as shown in the figure) and you can set the time interval parameter for creating a copy. The user sets according to the importance of the shared file. If it is set to generate a copy every \u0026ldquo;10 minutes\u0026rdquo; please note that the time interval parameter should not be set too small otherwise it will increase the burden on the server.

The third step: the user uses the shadow copy function. First install the shadow copy client program on the client. It is located in '%systemroot%\\system32\\clients\\twclient\\x86\\ twcli32.msi' of the Win2003 server. It only supports Windows 2000 (SP3 or higher) and Windows XP guest operating system. After the client is installed you can use the shadow copy function. Find the server shared folder you want to restore on the client right-click select 'Properties' switch to the 'Previous Version' tab and then select one based on the time in the 'Folder Version' box If you need a copy of the file click the \u0026ldquo;Restore\u0026rdquo; button to restore the folder to its original state.

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