Web Edition (x86), Web Edition (x64), Standard (x86-32bit), Standard (x64-64bit), Itanium, Enterprise (x86-32bit), Enterprise (x64-64bit), DataCenter (x86-32bit), DataCenter (x64-64bit)
Server SP4, Professional SP4, Advanced Server SP4
Pro 5.1 SP2, Home 5.1 SP2
Windows Small Business Server
Ultimate (x86) 6.0.6000, Ultimate (x64) 6.0.6000, Home Premium (x86) 6.0.6000, Home Premium (x64) 6.0.6000, Home Basic (x86) 6.0.6000, Home Basic (x64) 6.0.6000, Enterprise 6.0.6000, Business (x86) 6.0.6000, Business (x64) 6.0.6000
Windows Server 2003
Web Server, Web Edition SP2, Web Edition SP1, Storage Server SP2, Storage Server SP1, Storage Server, Standard Server(x64), Standard Server SP2 (x64), Standard Server SP2, Standard Server SP1 (x64), Standard Server SP1, Standard Server, Enterprise SP2(x64), Enterprise SP2, Enterprise SP1(x64), Enterprise SP1(IA64), Enterprise ServerSP1, Enterprise Server, Enterprise (x64), Enterprise (IA64), Datacenter SP2(x64), DataCenter SP2, DataCenter SP1(x64), DataCenter SP1(IA64), DataCenter SP1, DataCenter (x64), DataCenter (IA64), DataCenter
Windows Small Business Server 2003
Standard Edition SP2, Standard Edition SP1, Standard Edition R2, Standard Edition, Premium Edition SP1, Premium Edition
On the Manage page, in the right pane, click the Computers tab.
Select a computer name in the table.
Do one of the following:.
On the Tasks menu, click Properties.
Double-click the computer name.
In the left pane, click the name of the property that you want to view.
View specific information about the computer's hard drive (like the file system that is used and storage capacity), the storage location for recovery points, and when the last recovery point occurred.
In the Drives window, in the Last Backup column, notice that any unprotected drives (that is, any drives that have not yet had a backup job run on them) are blank. Each drive's protection status is also displayed in the Status column.
View the backup history of a computer and general status information, such as the recovery point type, size, and destination.
You can also view a chronological history of all of the recovery points that are taken of selected drives (even if the recovery point has been deleted from the storage location).
The picture icon next to each drive letter gives you a quick visual indication about the type of recovery point that is created (a recovery point set, or an independent recovery point).