John S. had this to say:
My reply is at the bottom of your sent message:
> Im running a 3 computer Lan at home and want to use one of the systems
> strictly as a backup station for the other 2 systems. How do i go
> about this?
My advice would be to grab an application such as TrueImage that will let
you make clones of your systems.
You just image straight to a networked drive and when there's a problem you
just boot to the CD that you made when you installed it and go ahead and
recover from your latest image.
Or did you mean backup so that you could just go use the other one when the
other two were down? In that case I'd just leave it off and only turn it on
to do updates once in a while that way it's "known good" when the fit hits
Galen - MS MVP - Windows (Shell/User & IE)
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