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Discussion of Backup Solutions

During discussions at a Microsoft Windows training course, one of the pro-UNIX delegates stunned the class when he pointed out that Windows NT4 is limiting compared with UNIX. He likened UNIX to a Meccano set that has an unlimited number of tools that are simple, efficient, and, in combination, capable of achieving any desired outcome.

One of the Windows networking advocates retorted that if she wanted a Meccano set, she would buy one. She made it clear that a complex single tool that does more than is needed but does it with a clear purpose and intent is preferred by some like her.

Please note that all information here is provided as is and without recommendation of fitness or suitability. The network administrator is strongly encouraged to perform due diligence research before implementing any backup solution, whether free software or commercial.

A useful Web site I recently stumbled across that you might like to refer to is located at www.allmerchants.com.

The following three free software projects might also merit consideration.

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