Aidan shows you how to restore files that were synchronized to the cloud, using Azure File Sync, and backups up using Azure Backup.
Aidan Finn shows you how you can restore an Azure virtual machine from a snapshot, using the recent update that was rolled out to Azure Backup.
Aidan Finn discusses recent improvements that were announced for Azure Backup, making backups more efficient, large VM restores faster, and enabling support for virtual hard disks that are larger than 1TiB (1024GB).
Aidan Finn explains how Azure automatically protects any databases you create with the Azure SQL service.
Aidan Finn discusses what the recent GA of system state protection by Azure Backup means for you and shows how to add system state to MARS agent backup policy.
Aidan shows how to recover a virtual machine using the Azure Portal from a back up of your Azure Resource Manager (ARM) or CSP virtual machine.
Aidan Finn shares his experience on how he almost lost his production machine data and reviews whether Azure Backup for Virtual Machine works in the event of data loss.
In this quick Ask an Admin, check out how to restore Active Directory using Windows Server Backup in WS2012 R2.
In this guide, learn to perform the Hyper-V Replica initial copy by restoring VMs from backup in the secondary site.
Unfortunately, there’s always potential for a software malfunction that cannot be repaired by using a Safe Mode boot or a system repair. When this happens, you may need to restore your system from a previously backed-up system image. In this article, MVP Daniel Petri walks you through the process specifically for Windows 7.
When using the Backup and Restore tool in Windows 7, an important aspect of the backup job is the proper selection of backup target. In this article, MVP Daniel Petri continues the Windows 7 backup series with important information to help you choose where to save your backup.
In Windows Vista, the Backup Status and Configuration tool was the place where one could (at least try to) backup pictures, music, media and documents on their computer. However, as many users found, it just didn’t allow for some key configuration options. In Windows 7 this has changed, and it seems quite likely that we’ll finally get a good backup tool. In this article, MVP Daniel Petri takes you inside Windows 7 Backup & Restore .