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Good server clonning softare???

Posted on 2007-03-28
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I have two, scratch built, Windows 2000 servers.  Both are using SATA disks.  I would like to clone these disks as a backup and then upgrade to new drives in an array, and then clone back to the hardware array.  I would rather not reconfigure the OS and everything from scratch.  Are there any good cloning utilities that come on a bootable CD that will work well with SATA?  I used to clone disks all the time, but have not done so since SATA became widely used.
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rindi earned 250 total points
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bootit-ng is the best.

http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/
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I down loaded it and tried it out.  Awesome little program.  Just what the Dr. ordered.  Kiss Norton Good-Bye.
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Done so long ago...
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