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Sytore Total Recall Pro BE?

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I just inherited a Windows 2003 server that has Sytore Total Recall Pro BE as a backup program.  Best I can tell its copying the entire HD of the server but not providing a complete disaster recovery option like Acronis for example.  Has anyone heard of this program?  Whats your opinion?  I've been a long time user of Acronis and has always worked well for me but I'll need to justify the upgrade.  A Google search of Sytore returns almost nothing.  Thanks in advance.
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Hi,

Can you post a screenshot of a program please?

That will help us to help you better :)
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I'm pretty convinced this backup system is garbage.  Recommending replacing it with Acronis Backup and Recovery.
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Points are for your efforts.   Thanks!!!
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