This is a change in Windows Server 2008 and not unique to SBS. ntbackup has
(THANKFULLY!!!) been replaced and is no longer in 2008.
As far as using subfolders, there really is no need for this. All
directories do is give you a logical separation of files for your backups,
but the way backups work in SBS 2008 give you that same separation without
using directories and without chewing up quite so much space. http://blogs.technet.com/sbs/archive...08-backup.aspx
If, however, you absolutely *NEED* to do this some other way, you can either
manually script the backup routine. Bing will help you figure out the
general process, and I'm a big fan of "teach a man to fish", but feel free
to ask for help if you get stuck on a specific task. Or you can use a
3rd-party backup tool. For SBS specifically, I'm a big fan of
"Doug" <Doug@newsgroup> wrote in message
> What happened to ntbackup in SBS2008? I want to backup the exchange store
> which I have moved to a separate data drive.
> Is there an equivalent to ntbackup? The included backup procedure only
> to allow backing up a complete drive letter drive and to a dedicated
> We have a huge, mirrored external drive and I'd like to backup exchange to
> dated folder on that every night.
> Also, can anyone give me the dos commands to stop, then start, the