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V2i Protector and NT4

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We have been using V2i protector 2.0 on a WIN 2K server. Its a great product that works well. However we want ot use it on an older NT4 server. When we install all we get is the V2i Agent. How do you go about imaging an NT4 drive without the V2i consol. How does the agent work?
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I don't believe you can use the console on NT.
The agent is controlled by a central machine on which you run the enterprise console to control the creation of backup images.
http://www.powerquest.com/documentation/guides/vpe11enug.pdf

For a bare-metal restore you have to boot from the PowerQuest CD to get into the restore environment.
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