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Experts answer your questions about how to restore Windows Server 2003 or Windows XP backups on a Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008 machine using the Windows NT Backup – Restore Utility. You'll also learn about a problem that occurs when you try to access a disk via the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) Disk Management snap-in after you rename the server, and you'll find out how to use per-user auditing to define exceptions to the Windows audit policy. To read the Q&As in Ask the Experts, click the links below.
Use the Windows NT Backup – Restore Utility to store backups from earlier Windows versions to Vista or Server 2008 machines.
To avoid disk access problems, use this script when renaming your servers.
Find out how to define exceptions to the Windows audit policy on a per-user basis.