Trying to find out whether there is any different between baremetal backup and imaging on a physical server.
There is a backup software which does baremetal backup this case it does the system drive, that is C: drive only.
If we want to bring the server back as it before then we have to have d: drive backup too.
There are other backup softwares in the market (acronis) bring entire server back from its backup this case it bring all the drives c: d: etc.
Is it imaging or baremetal backup?
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