Backup copies of the SBS 2003 Standard R2 CD's

Backup copies of the SBS 2003 Standard R2 CD's

Post by QnJhZ » Sun, 12 Apr 2009 13:26:01


I am tring to make a backup copy of the SBS Standard CDs for off site DR
storage. The problem is that disc #2 contains ~800 MB, thus not fitting on a
CD. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to accomplish this?
 
 
 

Backup copies of the SBS 2003 Standard R2 CD's

Post by Russ - www » Sun, 12 Apr 2009 13:30:22

What Program are you using?
Roxio will allow you to "OVERBURN" a CD
Russ

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Backup copies of the SBS 2003 Standard R2 CD's

Post by QnJhZ » Sun, 12 Apr 2009 13:38:01

I'm using *** Link Power2Go....It came preinstalled on my Compaq Vista
machine.
 
 
 

Backup copies of the SBS 2003 Standard R2 CD's

Post by Russ - www » Sun, 12 Apr 2009 13:41:47

I like Roxio First then Nero (Nero Took forever to save a CD to an ISO)
I don't know about that program but check the help for OVERBURN.

Russ

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Russell Grover - SBITS.Biz
Microsoft Gold Certified Partner
Microsoft Certified Small Business Specialist
World Wide 24hr SBS Remote Support - http://www.yqcomputer.com/
 
 
 

Backup copies of the SBS 2003 Standard R2 CD's

Post by Russ - www » Sun, 12 Apr 2009 13:44:24

In addition, I like to just save CD's as an .ISO
Then put them all on a Hard Drive in a safe place.
(Less space)

Just in case that will work for you.
Russ

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Russell Grover - SBITS.Biz
Microsoft Gold Certified Partner
Microsoft Certified Small Business Specialist
World Wide 24hr SBS Remote Support - http://www.yqcomputer.com/
 
 
 

Backup copies of the SBS 2003 Standard R2 CD's

Post by QnJhZ » Sun, 12 Apr 2009 13:50:01

I'll give that a try.....Thanks Russ
 
 
 

Backup copies of the SBS 2003 Standard R2 CD's

Post by QnJhZ » Sun, 12 Apr 2009 20:36:01

I just wanted to update the thread and let everyone know that saving the ISO
file first, worked like a charm.
 
 
 

Backup copies of the SBS 2003 Standard R2 CD's

Post by Cris Hanna » Mon, 13 Apr 2009 06:48:19

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My question would be, why keep the originals on site?
I can't remember the last time I had to pull out the CD's after the original install?

And when you say "off site" what kind of container are they being kept in? Hopefully not one of these Walmart boxes.
There are very specific Data safes that are fireproof, waterproof, etc.

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Please do not submit questions directly to me.


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