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    How can i recover system state backup of windows server 2008 (32Bit) to windows server 2012 R2?
    Saturday, April 16, 2016 7:40 AM

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  • To recover the system state using the Windows Server Backup user interface

        • From the Start menu, click Administrative Tools, and then click Windows Server Backup.

        • In the Actions pane of the snap-in default page, under Windows Server Backup, click Recover. This opens the Recovery Wizard.

        • On the Getting Started page, do one of the following and then click Next:

          • Click This server.
          • Click Another server. On the Specify Location Type page, do one of the following and then click Next:

            • Click Local drives. On the Select Backup Location page, select the volume or drive that contains the backup from the drop-down list. On Select Server, select the server whose data you want to recover.
            • Click Remote shared folder. On the Specify Remote Folder page, type the path to the folder that contains the backup. In the folder, the backup should be stored at \\<RemoteSharedFolder>\WindowsImageBackup\<ComputerName>\<YourBackup>.
        • On the Select Backup Date page, select the date from the calendar and the time from the drop-down list of the backup that you want to restore from, and then click Next.

        • On the Select Recovery Type page, click System state, and then click Next.

        • On the Select Location for System State Recovery page, do one of the following, and then click Next:

          • Click Original location.
      • Click Alternate location. Then, type the path to the location, or click Browse to select it.
    1. On the Confirmation page, review the details, and then click Recover to restore the listed items.

    2. On the Recovery Progress page, you can view the status of the recovery operation and whether or not it was successfully completed. After the operation completes, you must restart your computer.

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    Monday, April 18, 2016 10:38 AM