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Wbadmin tutorials

  • The Wbadmin command-line tool allows you to perform all of the same tasks from the command line that you can perform from the GUI. It works on both GUI as well as Server Core Installations of Windows Server 2008.

  • If not available, do as below to install this feature on GUI Based Server do as follow

    Start – Administrative Tools – Server Manager – Expand FEATURS -

    ADD Features – Expand Windows Server Backup Features

It includes 1) Windows Server Backup

2) Command-line tool

  • If you’re running Server Core, you won’t have access to the GUI. Instead, you can use these commands first to install the Windows Backup feature:

  • start /w ocsetup WindowsServerBackup

COMMAND

DESCRIPTION

Wbadmin Enable Backup

You can use this command to enable or modify scheduled backups

Wbadmin Disable Backup

You can use this command to disable scheduled backups.

Wbadmin Start Backup

You can immediately start a backup with this command. You can use this to run a one-time backup.

Wbadmin Stop Job

This command will stop a backup or recovery that is currently running.

Wbadmin Get Versions

You can read the version information from available backups with this command. Version information includes the backup time and date stamp, the backup destination, and the version identifier.

Wbadmin Get Items

This will list information on individual items contained within a backup.

Wbadmin Get Status

This reports the status of a currently running job by indicating the volume being backed up and the percentage complete.

Wbadmin Get Disks

This shows disks that are currently online.

Wbadmin Start Systemstatebackup

This will begin a backup of system state data.

 

Wbadmin Start Systemstaterecovery

This will begin a system state recovery from a selected

backup. If you are attempting to restore system state for a domain controller, you can do so only from the directory services restore mode (DSRM).

Wbadmin Delete Systemstatebackup

You can delete backups of system state data with this

command.

Wbadmin Start Sysrecovery

You can begin a recovery of the full system with volumes that have the operating system’s state.

Wbadmin Start Recovery

You can begin a recovery of volumes, applications, folders, or files with this command.

Wbadmin /?

Wbadmin help command

 

For e.g:-

WBADMIN START SYSTEMSTATEBACKUP -backupTarget:H:

 

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