Administering Windows 7
Exercise 15.1 | Creating a Custom Backup Job |
Overview | In Exercise 15.1, you create a single, custom backup job that saves selected files and folders to a partition on the computer’s hard disk. | Completion time | 20 minutes |
Question 1 | Why doesn’t the system drive (C:) appear on the Select where you want to save your backup page? You cannot backup C: drive to C: Drive | Question 2 | Why does a warning appear when you select the ALICE1 (X:) drive, informing you that the X: drive is on the same physical disk as your system drive? Because X: drive is external storage. | Question 3 | Why doesn’t the Windows folder appear under the Local Disk (C:) drive? Windows 7 makes an image of your system so it cannot write the image it is backing up to the device it is imaging. |
11.Take a screen shot of the Review your backup settings page by pressing Alt+Prt Scr, and then paste the resulting image into the Lab15_worksheet file in the page provided by pressing Ctrl+V.
14.Take a screen shot of the Windows Backup is currently in progress page by pressing Alt+Prt Scr, and then paste the resulting image into the Lab15_worksheet file in the page provided by pressing Ctrl+V.
Question 4 | What is the size of the backup, as indicated on the Backup and Restore control panel? 1.25GB |
Exercise 15.2 | Performing an Incremental Backup Job | Overview | In Exercise 15.2, you create a new file on the computer and repeat the backup job you performed in Exercise 15.1, to demonstrate how incremental backup jobs work in Windows 7. | Completion time | 15 minutes |
Question 5 | How is the Backup and Restore control panel interface different from when you opened it the first time? Shows now that there was a backup made on the dates and when the next backup. & Shows alice1 is backedup | Question 6 | How does the time...