Acronis

Acronis sets the standard for cloud-based data protection with its innovative backup, disaster recovery and file sync/share solutions. Powered by the Acronis AnyData Engine and set apart by disk-imaging technology, Acronis solutions provide easy, complete and affordable data protection of all files, applications and operating systems across any environment – virtual, physical, cloud and mobile. Founded in 2003, Acronis protects the data of five million customers and 500,000 businesses in more than 145 countries. With 100+ patents secured for its groundbreaking technology, Acronis products have earned numerous product-of-the-year awards. In 2016 Acronis was named one of CRN Magazine’s 20 Coolest Cloud Storage Vendors of 2016. Acronis solutions are available worldwide through a global network of service providers, distributors and cloud resellers or online at www.acronis.com.

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Respected Experts,

Kimdly advice with your best experience that which software is best to backup Windows Drive as immage to restore eg Norton Ghost or Acronis Boot Disk.

My Operating System is Windows7.

Regards
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Hi expert

How to convert tib file from Acronis to iso file ?

Is there any tools that able to achieve this?

Thanks
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I got Dell T130 just out of box trying to restore application server with Std2008r264bit
Using Acronics restore.
After successfull restore server. I did universal restore and and server isnt booting up.
Asking for PCI/VEN_8086&DEV_A102&SUBSYS_06AA1028&REV_31 driver.
Any suggestion to this
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Details:
    Code: 21,954,592(0x014F0020)
<u>LineInfo:</u> 0xDA7E497CF4160E20;

    Module: disk_bundle_vs_50073
    Message: Failed to send the message from 'pdc@ffsci.com' to 'sfields@yarboy.com' (SMTP 'mail.ffsci.local:25').

    Code: 21,954,581(0x014F0015)
<u>LineInfo:</u> 0xDA7E497CF4160E09;

    Module: disk_bundle_vs_50073
    Message: The server cannot accept DATA command.

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Dear all,

I have an (HP LTO-7 Ultrium Tape Drive).  it is a single tape drive connected to a single server for regular backup.  I wonder what software should I go for in this situation with fordable price.  There are HP Data protection and Acronis which i believe it is a subscription based.  Would you please recommend some tape Backup Software Solution including the HP Data protection mentioning initial and subscription price.

Thanks in advance.
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I had an issue today that I have not seen before in my entire 20 year of working in IT, let me explain:

I saw in Acronis backup 12.5 that my backup of my server 2016 was failing. The error was that it could not find the file. I figured it was another issue with connection being lost to the network share. I entered the credentials again an started the backup as test. After about 10 min I lost connection to my 2016 server. After waiting before about 5 min. I looked into the vsphere and saw that my virtual machine was turned off, which is odd. This never happened to me before during backups. I started the virtual machine, and it was applying Windows updates, the backup was still running. At 30% of the updates, the server rebooted again and finished the updates. When logging in to the server, I noticed my 500GB - D-drive was gone! Ok, no panic, let's just mount it again from vsphere, but it was even gone from there! The backup was still running, but didn't do anything, so I canceled the backup and it stopped after an hour. I refreshed my datastore and suddenly I got an extra 500GB of space available...

My question is, how does someone lose 500GB on data while trying to make a backup?
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Hello,
I am trying to install an Acronis cloud agent on a Windows 2016 server but every time I install it, the services for Acronis do not install.  The application completes and is functioning but when I try and run a backup it will freeze.

I found an error in the Event Viewer, 10016, from DistributedCOM that references the AD account I am using for the services.  I found an article that walked me through changing the owner of a couple of registry keys and assigning permissions but after a reboot i am still getting the same error.

Any help would be appreciated.  Below is the exact error.

The application-specific permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID
{D63B10C5-BB46-4990-A94F-E40B9D520160}
 and APPID
{9CA88EE3-ACB7-47C8-AFC4-AB702511C276}
 to the user domain\user SID (S-1-5-21-1275210071-861567501-682003330-6644) from address LocalHost (Using LRPC) running in the application container Unavailable SID (Unavailable). This security permission can be modified using the Component Services administrative tool.
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I have come across a need to image and deploy said image to a different pc for a hot spare. In the past, I have used Paragon HDR Suite 12 and Acronis Cloud for file level and system imaging. However in this case I cannot deploy those images to the new machine going from a Lenovoa to a Dell machine. I need a standalone solution to image a system fully and deploy it to a different device. I have not found solid information on how to do this with the tools I have so I am asking for suggestions on something I can use to do these.

Thanks in advance!
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I have had multiple post regarding this issue in the past days, but no workable solution, Im sorry to say.

I have a physical server running Microsoft Server 2008R2.
I need to convert this to a virtual machine I can run on a new Server 2016 with Hyper-V.

I have tried using Disk2Vhd.exe and Microsoft Virtual Machine Converter 3.1 both both methods fails!!

I have heard, that Acronis Backup can do this job, but I have no experience with Acronis.

Your input will be appreciated!!! :-)
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When I find a failing hard drive (and some are "failing" not because of bad data), I will image them and clone onto a new HD.
Occasionally, there *is* bad data or surface issues.  In those cases the imaging can fail.  Usually, if I run HDDRegenerator, I am then able to create an image and then the clone.
Then, things like CHKDSK, DISM, SFC can all be run on the new hard drive.

Today I'm dealing with an HD that works ok in its computer but demonstrates intermittent and very slow data transfer.
So, it's time it be replaced.

Clonzilla in the normal way of running wouldn't create an image of the main partition.
So, as above, I next ran HDDRegenerator which showed NO bad spots but did some "Repairs".
But still, Clonzilla in the normal way of running wouldn't create an image of the main partition.
It appears that Acronis True Image may be having trouble as well - even though I've told it to ignore errors.
Since the drive is likely worth keeping (re: contents), I'd like to force a clone of it.
Does Clonezilla have a way?  I really prefer using it but don't know much about its less-used capabilities.
Other tools you might recommend?
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Working for a small law-firm client setting up a disaster recovery protocol, utilizing Acronis True Image with Universal Restore. I have used this solution before for other clients and it went flawlessly.

Source machine: Win7 Pro Acer 4GB RAM dual core. Did the Acronis image save and created Acronis Universal restore media.

Took an old box and attempted to restore to it and got BSOD, spent a day or two then bought a refurb HP Elite 8100 from Amazon with quad core icore 5 and 8gb ram.

I attempted Acronis Universal and it gets stuck on missing driver. So I went everywhere I could and got all the drivers I could However some drivers are EXE and I do NOT want to run those exe's on one of my production machines for fear that they will attempt to overwrite perfectly good drivers on the production machines.

Where can I get .inf, .sys, etc. PCI drivers for HP Elite 8100?

I used to rely exclusively on ExpertsExchange back in the day, now I find myself back into the trenches and wondering if you all are as good as you used to be.

Thanks in advance for your attention, regards,
Bob
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Hello experts I'm trying to compare Pros / Cons of using Windows build-in back-up & Acronis 12.5 for windows server.
Also which type of media is best for storing back-ups on.  Traditionally we used magnetic tapes, but thinking of switching to HDD's.
Also Pros/Cons of Using HDD / tape / online back.
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Hi,

We have configured a Lenovo thinkpad running windows 10 and want to clone the drive to 14 additonal identical machines. Our plan is to use either acronis or easus to perform the task. Our concern is reggarding the PId. It's our understanding that Windows 10 will auto authenticate with the proper PId even after cloning as the the code is embedded in the bios. Is that correct?

Thanks,
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Well, the question title says it all, but what I am looking for are these features:

- Fast
- Software independant (hardware cloning, the device needs to do the job)
- Clone to a smaller sized disk (if the amount of data on the source disk allows it, does not exceed the target disk total size)

I have seen devices like Sandberg Diskcloner / Sharkoon Quickport XT Duo Clone and Icy Box Clonestation.

No idea what to expect, anyone any experience?

Thank you
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What is the best and most efficient way to install images on machines.
I know there are Acronis and ghost, but also Microsoft has it's own program , but it takes more time to install.

Which one do you recommend? I want to be able to press a certain key a boot with PXE from the network or a bookable USB and install the image from a shared network location.
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What's worse than having your data encrypted by ransomware? Getting attacked by a so-called "wiper," which simply destroys the data and offers you no hope of ever seeing it again.
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Hello All,

I am having issues creating an image using Acronis True Image 2013 for the new Dell Optiplex 5050 with Windows 10. First, the operating system will not boot if i take Secure Boot and UEFI mode off. I am unsure if this is the cause of the error i receive but when i am creating the image the error i receive is, "error creating file". I've made sure that the external drive that i am putting the image on is in the right file format but this is the first time i am encountering this error message. I've tried changing the settings in the BIOS but no setting changes seem to work.

Any help is appreciated, even if there might be a better way to image these machines.


Thanks!
JB
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C drive has only couple of MB left, I got a new hdd, I want to clone it but there's not enough space to install the cloning software.

Which program has a booting disc and which is preferred .?
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Thanks for sharing your story. Ransomware is a topic I follow closely and have a lot of interest in. Sorry to hear you were hit by these criminal scum bags and while it irks me to know they profited from your misfortune not once, but twice, I understand the dilemma you were faced with. Backups are something we all tend to fall lax with at times and this story highlights the reasons we all need to stay vigilant. Good luck for the future.
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Education is Power!

Also, (offline) Backups are your best friend. Just saying.
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The recent Petya-like ransomware attack served a big blow to hundreds of banks, corporations and government offices The Acronis blog takes a closer look at this damaging worm to see what’s behind it – and offers up tips on how you can safeguard yourself from future ransomware attacks.
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We use version 11.5 at our customer sites.  A recovery needs to be done on a laptop that has no CD drive--which is what I've always used in the past to boot up the recovery CD.  But I see that the Acronis tools menu will let me write the bootable files to a formatted flash drive, and it does indeed write a lot of files and folders.  But then if I reboot the computer and press F12 to choose my boot device, all it shows is the hard drive.  And if I change the BIOS order to boot first off the USB drive, it says it has no boot partition (or something like that).

I always thought "special files" would have to be written to the USB drive, similar to what is done (I assume) when Acronis burns a bootable CD.  I have seen complicated discussions online about using diskpart to create a bootable USB drive--but the bootable media builder in the tools menu in Acronis certainly doesn't say anything about all that--seemingly indicating it is doing everything needed to be able to  boot off a USB drive...but it doesn't work.

I'm doing my testing on my Win10 laptop, using Acronis Backup 11.5.  Any ideas?  TIA
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Acronis

Acronis sets the standard for cloud-based data protection with its innovative backup, disaster recovery and file sync/share solutions. Powered by the Acronis AnyData Engine and set apart by disk-imaging technology, Acronis solutions provide easy, complete and affordable data protection of all files, applications and operating systems across any environment – virtual, physical, cloud and mobile. Founded in 2003, Acronis protects the data of five million customers and 500,000 businesses in more than 145 countries. With 100+ patents secured for its groundbreaking technology, Acronis products have earned numerous product-of-the-year awards. In 2016 Acronis was named one of CRN Magazine’s 20 Coolest Cloud Storage Vendors of 2016. Acronis solutions are available worldwide through a global network of service providers, distributors and cloud resellers or online at www.acronis.com.