You are the network administrator for a chemical wholesaler in Spokane, Washington. You have a single Windows Server 2003 system with three disk drives. One drive holds the system and boot partition, the second drive is used for file storage, and the third drive is used to store the order processing system and sales database. You back up the system with a full backup each Friday, and you do an incremental backup on all other weekdays at 7 p.m. One of your suppliers sends you electronic copies of its new product catalogs, along with ordering codes. In all, there are 50 files named Cat1 through Cat50.
You create a new folder called Catalogs on the second drive in the server and copy the 50 catalog files into that folder, and then you immediately create a differential backup of the entire drive and store the tape for archive purposes. That night, you perform an incremental backup of the drive as part of your standard backup cycle. What, if anything, will happen during the incremental backup
windows 2003 server - James, Sunday, November 25, 2007 at 3:53pm
The file in the Catalogs folder will be backed up, and the archive bit will be changed from 1 to 0.