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Is there anything else to image/clone/bare bone recover a Windows server?

the title says it all. Any other product in the market? Any good experiences SPECIALLY with barebone recovery?
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teptechCommented:
I've had good luck with the following:
http://www.drive-backup.com/corporate/server/ 
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phermiAuthor Commented:
teptech: Thanks. The key question, that maybe I did not explain very well, is if the software will restore the image to a substantially different hardware: different processor, mother board or disc systems.

The info on their web site related to bare-metal but bare-metal could very well be the same exact hardware. What is your take on this? Do you know if the product specs say so? Have you ever tried?

And finally, what do you mean by "good luck". I have tried Acronis myself and "lick" is not a factor. I wonder if Ghost will ever be available for Windows Server.

Good "luck" and thanks :)
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teptechCommented:
By luck I mean that it simply worked. I haven't tested whether or not it would work on differnt disk types but processors/motherboards of "like" hardware seems to work fine. Sorry I can't vouge from experience on this, perhaps someone else has done it who could verify.

This KB article offers some info:

http://kb.paragon-software.com/paragon/include/templ/object2.jsp?catId=2124&objId=1215&statId=996649&foLang=en

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