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Volume Recovery

Updated: January 27, 2011

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

You can use the wbadmin start recovery command or the Recovery Wizard in Windows Server Backup to restore a volume. When you restore a full volume, all contents of the volume are restored—you cannot selectively restore individual files or folders.

In addition, you can use a Windows Setup disc or a separate installation of the Windows Recovery Environment to perform a full server (all volumes) recovery.

Events

Event ID Source Message

194

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Restore of volume(s) started at '%9' successfully completed.

195

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Volume restore completed with errors.

196

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Restore of volumes failed with errors.

197

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Restore of volume(s) started at '%9' was cancelled.

198

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Restore of volume '%1' failed or cancelled. Volume is now corrupted and will need to be formatted.'

199

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Restore of '%1' failed as restore volume is too small.

706

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Restore of '%1' successfully completed at '%2'.

707

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Restore of '%1' completed with errors at '%2'. Error reported '%3'(%4). Please rerun recovery once the issue is resolved.

708

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Restore of '%1' failed with errors at '%2'. Error reported '%3'(%4). Please rerun recovery once the issue is resolved.

709

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Restore of '%1' cancelled at '%2'.

710

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Restore of volume '%1' failed or cancelled at '%2'. Volume is now corrupted and will need to be formatted.'

711

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Restore of '%1' failed at '%2' as restore volume is too small. Please try restoring to a larger volume.

Related Management Information

Backup and Recovery Operations

File Services

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