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    I figured A would make the most sense as you can do it from your desk. You could also remote in with B, but then you'd have to perform the restore 10 times.
    The source that says B doesn't cite any reasons. The source that says A says no to B because the question explicitly says "Least amount of administrative effort".
    I suppose they're both right, but it's just subjective to you're perception of effort. Is it easier to edit a script or walk through a restore 10 times?

    Has anyone else come across an issue like this, where two sources have conflicting answers on the same question?

    What do you guys think the answer is? It really doesn't matter which practice test is right, it just matters which one Microsoft agrees with.



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    After reviewing a few more answers, it seems most of the items I got wrong from source B, I actually got right on source A.

    So I guess you should avoid "Pass4Sure" because there seem to be quite a few wrong answers, as well as some impossible ones.
    Last edited by Kayden; 5th August 2009, 23:04.

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    Re: 70-290, Conflicting Answers on same question.

    Run here comes the braindump police!!!

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      Re: 70-290, Conflicting Answers on same question.

      ?

      The question is on two different exam testing softwares.

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        Re: 70-290, Conflicting Answers on same question.

        Originally posted by Kayden View Post
        I figured A would make the most sense as you can do it from your desk
        Because of the research you've done though, you already know that you can't script a restore operation with NTBackup. GUI only. This is pretty well documented.
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          Re: 70-290, Conflicting Answers on same question.

          Also option A is on the client computer, which will not help restoring on the server
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            Re: 70-290, Conflicting Answers on same question.

            Originally posted by Ossian View Post
            Also option A is on the client computer, which will not help restoring on the server
            That's why it mentions the AT command. You can use that to schedule tasks on remote machines, however, I didn't know that you can't restore ntbackup from a script.

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