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I dont have my permanent solution for backing up the office server in place yet.

Can anyone suggest a good free back up software for a temp solution?

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When hunting something free that i have no experience with, i generally turn to major geeks as i've found their reviews very trustworthy. http://www.majorgeeks.com/AKGBackup_d5382.html

AKGBackup got 4.2\\5, it's java built, and the interface looks very easy. Shoudl be a good "temp fix" till you get a real backup.
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I'm not sure if it's free, but Y-Copy is a really good program we use at work to back up people's data when doing system swaps.
    
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