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Acronis True Image 9.1 Enterprise Server with Universal Restore




Acronis True Image 9.1 Enterprise Server is a backup and recovery software that allows you to create and manage backups of remote Windows and Linux servers in your network. It also offers a unique feature called Acronis Universal Restore, which enables you to restore the image of a Windows system to a machine with different hardware.


What is Acronis True Image 9.1 Enterprise Server?




Acronis True Image 9.1 Enterprise Server is a software that provides point-in-time backup strategy for your servers. It lets you create an image of a hard disk or partition and store it in an archive file, which can be located on a local or network drive, or any removable media. You can also restore the image to the same or different hardware, or to a virtual machine.


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Acronis True Image 9.1 Enterprise Server includes the following components:



  • Acronis Management Console: a graphical user interface that allows you to install the product, manage backup tasks, and recover remote servers located throughout your entire network.



  • Acronis Backup Server: a component that makes it possible to ensure the optimal usage of storage resources by allowing IT administrators to establish backup policies.



  • Acronis Group Server: a component that eases administration by viewing the status of all systems in the network.



  • Acronis True Image Windows Agent: a component that lets you run backup and recovery tasks on remote Windows servers in your network.



  • Acronis True Image Linux Agent: a component that lets you run backup and recovery tasks on remote Linux servers in your network.



  • Acronis Bootable Media Builder: a component that allows you to create bootable media, such as CD, DVD, or USB flash drive, that contains Acronis True Image 9.1 Enterprise Server and can be used to perform backup and recovery operations without booting into the operating system.




What is Acronis Universal Restore?




Acronis Universal Restore is an optional feature of Acronis True Image 9.1 Enterprise Server that allows you to restore the image of a Windows system to a machine with dissimilar hardware. It works by replacing the crucial HAL (Hardware Abstraction Layer) and hard disk controller drivers in the restored system with the ones appropriate for the new hardware.


Acronis Universal Restore can be used in the following scenarios:



  • Migrating a system from one physical machine to another with different hardware.



  • Migrating a system from a physical machine to a virtual machine, or vice versa.



  • Migrating a system from one virtual machine platform to another (e.g., from VMware to Hyper-V).



  • Recovering a system after a hardware failure or upgrade.




How to use Acronis Universal Restore?




To use Acronis Universal Restore, you need to have the following:



  • A backup image of a Windows system created with Acronis True Image 9.1 Enterprise Server.



  • A license for Acronis Universal Restore, which should be purchased separately and installed on the same machine where Acronis True Image 9.1 Enterprise Server is installed.



  • A target machine where you want to restore the image, which should have enough disk space and compatible hardware.



  • A bootable media created with Acronis Bootable Media Builder, which contains Acronis True Image 9.1 Enterprise Server and Acronis Universal Restore.



  • A source of drivers for the new hardware, such as a CD, DVD, USB flash drive, or network share.




The steps to use Acronis Universal Restore are as follows:



  • Boot the target machine from the bootable media.



  • Select Recover from the main menu.



  • Select Browse for backup and locate the backup image file on the local or network drive, or removable media.



  • Select Recover whole disks and partitions and choose the disk or partition that contains the Windows system.



  • Select the destination disk or partition where you want to restore the image.



  • Check the box Use Acronis Universal Restore and click Next.



  • Select the source of drivers for the new hardware and click Next.



  • Review the summary of the recovery operation and click Proceed.



  • Wait for the recovery process to complete and restart the machine.




Conclusion




Acronis True Image 9.1 Enterprise Server with Universal Restore is a powerful and flexible backup and recovery software that allows you to protect your servers and migrate them to different hardware. It is a reliable and cost-effective solution for disaster recovery and system migration. For more information, please visit [Acronis website].


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