How to Backup Server 2003 System State?

Posted by @AOMEI

December 25, 2014

Considering backing up server 2003 system state into a safe place is very important, users can use AOMEI Backupper to achieve this goal without difficulty and restore it to the original system state quickly when encountering system crash.

Server is a kind of computer with a high performance. As the network node, it can store and handle almost 80% data and information of the internet, so it is also called the soul of network. We all know that nowadays the most common servers used by people are Server 2003 and Server 2008. Even though many individuals and companies begin to use Windows server 2008, Server 2003 still holds a great deal of fans. So this article will talk about the system backup of Server 2003 to these users, hoping it can give them a help.

Reasons to backup Server 2003 system state

Generally, almost every computer has the destiny of crash. This is an indisputable fact. Why? Many reasons can lead to the tragedy, like viruses or hackers' invasion, deleting system files unwittingly, system's instability, line fault and other human errors, etc. No matter how careful we protect, system's security still can not be one hundred percent guaranteed. Only if one of them happened, the system may be damaged and can not escape the bad fate in the end.

So for the sake of all data and information's safety on Server 2003, we need to backup its system state in advance. Otherwise, we will have no other choice but reinstall the OS if we encountered the system problem. That will be a hard and time-consuming job, so using the following software to accomplish the task is best choice for those users.

Backup Server 2003 system state with AOMEI Backupper

Now that this powerfulWindows backup software has been recommended strongly, it will naturally have its unique features. Among the so many software in the market, AOMEI Backupper can stand out not only because it is free but also because its powerful functions, such as backup system state/partition/disk, clone hard disk to upgrade the older smaller disk, incremental/differential backup to keep the system state safe continuously after the first full backup, and restore them into a intact condition again, and so on.

In addition, it can support not only Windows Server 2003/2000/2008 but also Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8 no matter they are 32 bit or 64 bit. And all of the operations are fairly easy for there are many detailed instructions to conduct. So if you are also looking for a tool to backup and restore your system state, this professional freeware can satisfy all requests of yours. So just download and have a try.

Here is a screenshot of its main interface, you can preview it beforehand:


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