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Universal Restore option for Acronis true image for SBS

Posted on 2009-04-28
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I have an SBS and would like to copy its opertating system + additional storage disks to a new server. I have a 15 day trial with Acronis and have tried out the software. I managed to restore the OS onto the new server but I got to the windows 2003 screen and then it crashed with Blue screen and a stop error.
I heard that I need the Universal restore option, how do Install this add on? I have tried double clicking the installable file I downloaded from Acronis but the add on does not appear.
Please could someone help
thanks
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Hello,

Universal restore is a function in their product, Acronis True Image Echo must be licensed and installed for Acronis True Image Universal Restore to function.

http://www.acronis.com/enterprise/products/ATIES/universal-restore.html

Unfortunately, the trial version can't do what you want.  
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