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Backing up Windows Server 2008 & Exchange Server 2007 With Bacula

Backing up Windows Server 2008 & Exchange Server 2007 With Bacula

UPDATE: This article is somewhat out of date. Bacula has provided a native plugin for performing backups of the database store for quite a while. Visit www.bacula.org for more information! Over the past couple of days I’ve been battling away trying to get the Win32 Bacula agent to back up my Windows Server 2008 System State and Exchange Server 2007 Information Store Databases. Bacula currently doesn’t support VSS backups of a 64-Bit version of Windows Server 2008, so there’s a…

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Testing stuff

Testing stuff

I’ve just made a few back-end changes to my blog: Upgraded to WordPress 1.7 Updated all plugins Installed new Facebook integration plugin Upgraded to latest version of Windows Live Writer So this post is just to test all that lot is working correctly 🙂

My Xbox is poorly

My Xbox is poorly

Argh! We turned on the Xbox 360 earlier, and what happened? THIS: So after approx 30 mins on hold to Xbox support, I finally get put through to a call centre where a helpful man takes down my details and registers a free repair.  Whilst looking at the serial number label I took note of the manufacture date?  3rd December 2005!  Today was my Xbox’s 3rd birthday! *sniff* 🙁 UPDATE 15th Dec: A brand new healthy Xbox landed on my…

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BBC Internet Blog: How to start an HD channel from scratch

BBC Internet Blog: How to start an HD channel from scratch

Andy Quested has just posted an interesting entry on the BBC Internet blog called “How to start an HD channel from scratch“: I can only image the conversations John Zubrzycki (BBC Research) had with set top box manufactures in late December: John: “We are going to do a trial of HD on digital terrestrial and need to develop a set top box” Manufacturer: “Great, we can get our development team across it. What’s your timescale and how many units do…

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