How to clone GPT system disk

Customer has called me asking how he can clone his C: drive, and he says it is GPT.  Is that even possible?  I thought GPT was only used on non-system drives greater than 2TB, typically for storing large files.  I believe he is running Win7.

Can Acronis 11.5 for PC workstation software do this?  Or, Acronis Disk Director?  If not, what software is needed?

I'm hoping someone can provide me with definite, "for sure" info, so we can avoid "trying this and trying that"...maybe someone who has successfully done this in the past.  TIA
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You can use CloneZilla which is included on the PCRepix LiveDVD to both clone or image GPT and MBR disks. Just disable Secureboot in order to be able to boot from the DVD (you can also create a bootable USB stick with the WinSetupFromUSB utility):

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noxchoGlobal Support CoordinatorCommented:
Paragon Drive Copy is specifically designed to clone it in few clicks:
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
Any backup software that does an image of the disk will work, note that I said disk and not partition.
Acronis 11.5 should be able to do so, since it supports windows10 (which has GPT support)
see release notes here :

>>  I thought GPT was only used on non-system drives greater than 2TB, typically for storing large files  << Not so, it can be used on smaller drives, also, but it is needed for the sizes over 2 TB
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