|Never an easy solution to this. Hardware changes all the time. What most companies do is have a raid array for normal day to day. They backup to some other media. There is no 100% sure way to recover raid based on some hardware on windows that I know of. |
Now it does get rather difficult to manage since there are a few thousand ways to backup. The only ms supported solution is to use ntbackup with system state. You should be able to restore that to a different machine if you follow their advice. You install the OS and then apply the restore point.
I tend to have two ways to recover data. I like to make a ghost or similar image. Then I make a ntbackup with system state. One or the other usually gets me back to some state.
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