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Can SSR 2013 support recovery of NT 4.0 & Window 2013 ?

I see the forum talking about Symantec System Recovery 2013 Management Solution. Does it avaliable for download ? Does the trial version is a standalone version ?

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NT 4 is no longer supported,so don't even go there.

SSR is available on a 60 day trial.

I've used the SSR 2010 product and got burned with it not being able to see local drives that are 4k sector.

No more Symantec for me.

Look at Acronis ,Storagecraft or the new Paragon.

I just saw a demo last week of the new Paragon and it looked pretty impressive.BUT,I haven't tested it yet.
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