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You have a file server named Server1 that runs Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2). You need to implement a backup schedule on Server1 to meet the following requirements:

Everyday, back up all files and folders to disk.
Every Friday, back up all files and folders to tape.
Every Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday, back up only the files and folders that have changed since the previous Fridays backup to tape.

Which backup jobs should you create?

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A. a normal backup to disk everyday
a normal backup to tape on Friday
a differential backup to tape on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday
B. a normal backup to disk everyday
a normal backup to tape on Friday
an incremental backup to tape on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday
C. a copy backup to disk everyday
a normal backup to tape on Friday
a differential backup to tape on Sunday, Tuesday and, Thursday
D. a copy backup to disk everyday
a normal backup to tape on Friday
an incremental backup to tape on Sunday, Tuesday and, Thursday

a normal backup to disk everyday
a normal backup to tape on Friday
an incremental backup to tape on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday

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Minimize the time required to back up files.
On weekdays, back up files that have changed since the last backup.

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Minimize the number of scheduled backup jobs.
Perform a scheduled normal backup to disk every Friday.
Perform a scheduled normal backup to tape every Friday.
Perform scheduled differential backups to tape every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.

How many scheduled jobs should you create from Windows Backup?