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How to install restore point service in 2003

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#1 ppiyushjv


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Posted 23 October 2013 - 03:12 PM

Hi All,


I have install 2003 in server no ant restore point option then how to install ??


I have try sr.inf from xp but i cant install ..


Please hlp me how to active restore point ....




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#2 boopme


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Posted 24 October 2013 - 10:07 AM

Perhaps someone wil have a beter idea , but have you read this.. Enable System Restore on Windows 2003
Note the warning inside
We need to run a registry backup with ERUNT: Before we continue making any changes to your machine, we need to back up your current registry configuration.
  • Click here to open the download page for ERUNT
  • Scroll down to the Download ERUNT: section and choose a download server for erunt-setup.exe
  • Save the file to your desktop
  • Run erunt-setup.exe to install the application on your computer
  • Click Next on each screen accepting the defaults, click Install
  • Choose whether or not to run ERUNT at startup (recommended)
  • Untick Show Documentation and click Finish to launch ERUNT (it can also be run from Start > Program Files > ERUNT > ERUNT)
  • Click Ok on the dialog box, select the folder for ERUNT to backup to (default recommended) (a warning might appear if the folder does not exist, click yes to create it)
  • ERUNT will run and a message will notify that you that the backup is complete
Note: alternatively you can run the version without an installer by downloading erunt.zip, extracting the contents to a directory of your choice, and running ERUNT.EXE
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