disable the force restart at the end of WBADMIN systemstaterecovery Win2008R2?

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by kong, Feb 16, 2011.

  1. kong

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    I invoke WBADMIN to perform a system state recovery on Win2008 R2. At
    the end of recovery, WBADMIN prompts to enter Y to restart the
    machine, and WBADMIN does not terminate unless user entered Y. Even
    if I terminate WBADMIN, the machine is already in a pre-shutdown stage
    where I cannot start any new process that loads DLL (error was
    0xC0000142).

    I could not find any option to disable this behavior for system state
    recovery (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc742035(WS.
    10).aspx).

    WBADMIN on Win2008 does NOT force a restart at the end of system state
    recovery.

    I need to disable this force restart because
    I am using a VBS script to invoke WBADMIN for system recovery, and I
    need to perform additional operations (copy files, and notify the
    caller that VBS is done successfully) after system state recovery
    completes.

    Any recommendation or pointers are appreciated.

    Thanks.

    Kong
     
    kong, Feb 16, 2011
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