by Mark McCullough | Technical Consultant at Taos By now, everyone has encountered the traditional password policy popularized by the Dilbert™ comic (http://dilbert.com/strip/1998-04-06). Your password must be long; include lower case letters, upper case letters, numbers, and symbols; not be the same as your last 24 passwords; unique on each system; and changed monthly. This […]
Why does Windows Server 2012r2, 2012, 2008r2 or 2008 have a very large System Volume Information after you have successfully performed the SystemState backup using wbadmin locally? You might have experienced that there are very large system files on the “\System Volume Information” folder once you have successfully configured and performed the daily System State backup using wbadmin on the local machine. If so, you might easily run out of disk space unless you follow these steps.