I have an SBS 2008 Premium server. The system disk has begun to fail
its SMART tests, and a chkdsk found bad blocks. I'm going to be
returning the drive as its under warranty, with an advance replacement
I'm wondering what would be the best way to proceed. The system is
running for now, and backups have been running twice daily.
Almost all of the data, including Exchange, Sharepoint, and the users
RedirectedFolders are stored on a RAID 5 array, and none of the disks
in the array are having problems. The system disk is a single disk by
Should I install SBS again on the new disk, then restore from backup?
Can I somehow restore directly from backup?