I am not hugely experienced in using images rather than copy files so would appreciate some guidance.
If I have a total failure of hardware then I have redundant hardware and a second which I could use until the (better) hardware was fixed.
So I would have an image of the c drive of the failed server and I would approach the second server and do what?
How would I mount an image of the data (forget the OS system as there would be one on the redundant machine] on the second machine.
This would be easy for me with copy files but as I say the image approach has me confused.
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