Data Restoration In A Windows NT Network

Data Restoration In A Windows NT Network

Post by MarphMar » Thu, 02 Apr 1998 04:00:00



Data Restoration In A Windows NT Network
Your input concerning data restoration in a Windows NT networking environment
will be very valuable in the creation of a disaster recovery plan.  Please take
a few minutes to complete the following brief questionnaire and email it by

1. How long have you administered a Windows NT network?
__ Less than 1 year,__1-2 years, __ 3-4 years, __ More than 5 years
2. How many file servers does your network contain?
__1-3, __ 4-6, __ 7-9, __ More than 10
3. Do you have a Microsoft Exchange Server?
__Yes __ No
4. Do you have backup servers?
__Yes __No
5. How many users access your network?
__1-50, __ 51-100, __ 101-150,  __ 151-200, __ More than 200
6. Do you have virus protection software on your servers?
__Yes __ No
7. If yes, what product(s) do you use?

8. If no, have you considered purchasing virus protection software?
__Yes __ No
9. Do you have a Year 2000 compliance plan?
__Yes __ No
10. Does your company have a disaster recovery plan?
__Yes  __ No
11. Who created the plan?
__Upper management, __ IS Department,__ Network Administrator,__ Other
12. Approximately, how many times have you needed to restore data from a tape
backup?

13. What caused the need to restore data?
__ Virus, __ Power failure, __ Hardware failure, __ Software failure, __
Scheduled restore, __ Other
14. Of those restorations, approximately how many have been successful?
__ All, __ 75%, __ 50%, __ 25%, __Less than 25%
15. How long did the restoration take?
__Less than 4 hours, __ 4-8 hours, __ 9-13 hours, __14-19 hours, __ More than
20 hours
16. How many have failures?
__ All, __ 75%, __ 50%, __ 25%, __Less than 25%
17. If the restore failed, describe briefly what caused the failure?

18. If the restore failed what actions did you take?

 
 
 

1. Data Restoration In A Windows NT Network

Data Restoration In A Windows NT Network
Your input concerning data restoration in a Windows NT networking environment
will be very valuable in the creation of a disaster recovery plan.  Please take
a few minutes to complete the following brief questionnaire and email it by

1. How long have you administered a Windows NT network?
__ Less than 1 year,__1-2 years, __ 3-4 years, __ More than 5 years
2. How many file servers does your network contain?
__1-3, __ 4-6, __ 7-9, __ More than 10
3. Do you have a Microsoft Exchange Server?
__Yes __ No
4. Do you have backup servers?
__Yes __No
5. How many users access your network?
__1-50, __ 51-100, __ 101-150,  __ 151-200, __ More than 200
6. Do you have virus protection software on your servers?
__Yes __ No
7. If yes, what product(s) do you use?

8. If no, have you considered purchasing virus protection software?
__Yes __ No
9. Do you have a Year 2000 compliance plan?
__Yes __ No
10. Does your company have a disaster recovery plan?
__Yes  __ No
11. Who created the plan?
__Upper management, __ IS Department,__ Network Administrator,__ Other
12. Approximately, how many times have you needed to restore data from a tape
backup?

13. What caused the need to restore data?
__ Virus, __ Power failure, __ Hardware failure, __ Software failure, __
Scheduled restore, __ Other
14. Of those restorations, approximately how many have been successful?
__ All, __ 75%, __ 50%, __ 25%, __Less than 25%
15. How long did the restoration take?
__Less than 4 hours, __ 4-8 hours, __ 9-13 hours, __14-19 hours, __ More than
20 hours
16. How many have failures?
__ All, __ 75%, __ 50%, __ 25%, __Less than 25%
17. If the restore failed, describe briefly what caused the failure?

18. If the restore failed what actions did you take?

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