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Simple question is there a way to validate a windows image backup on Windows 7 machines and up after running a script via PowerShell. Thanks
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Restore the backup.

Thats the only way to truly validate a backup
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Ok, yes.....So can I use a VM to restore to? Most likely it has to be the same machine with the same configuration. I was studying what's the best way to restore without causing interruption to the system?
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You could restore it to a virt, sure...
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