Depends what you want to back up, if it is only some parts of file
systems, you can use samba to mount partitions during the backup and
save that directly ... As long as it's samba mounting partitions from
window$, it will support all versions.
On Mon, 2001-10-08 at 15:39, David Ryan wrote:
> Hi all,
>> We are looking at using a Linux server to backup a number of NT and 2000
> servers (as well as Linux ones), but damned if I can find anywhere that
> tells me which ones support 2000 and NT clients. I have had a look at
> the various vendor sites (BRU, NovaStor, etc . . .) and can't find a
> whole lot of references to NT clients. Anybody have any experience in
> this particular matter ?
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