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Chapter 1. Introduction
1.2 New in Acronis True Image Echo Server
1.3 Supported file systems and storage media
1.3.1 Supported file systems
1.3.2 Supported storage media
1.4 Technical support
2.1 System requirements
2.1.1 Minimum hardware requirements
2.1.2 Supported operating systems
2.2 Installing Acronis True Image Echo Server
2.2.1 Installation of Acronis True Image Echo Server
2.2.2 Acronis Universal Restore installation
2.3 Extracting Acronis True Image Echo Server components
2.4 Running Acronis True Image Echo Server
2.5 Removing Acronis True Image Echo Server
3.1 The difference between file archives and disk/partition images
3.2 Full, incremental and differential backups
3.3 Acronis Secure Zone®
3.4 Acronis Startup Recovery Manager
3.4.1 How it works
3.4.2 How to use
3.5 Acronis Active Restore
3.5.1 Limitations in using Acronis Active Restore
3.5.2 How it works
3.5.3 How to use
3.6 Acronis Universal Restore
3.6.1 Acronis Universal Restore purpose
3.6.2 Acronis Universal Restore general principles
3.6.3 Acronis Universal Restore and Microsoft Sysprep
3.6.4 Limitations in using Acronis Universal Restore
3.6.5 Getting Acronis Universal Restore
3.7 Backing up to tape drives
3.7.1 Restoring data from archives located on tape devices
3.8 Viewing disk and partition information
3.9 Changing Acronis temporary folder path
Chapter 4. Using Acronis True Image Echo Server
4.1 Main program window
4.2 Available operations
Chapter 5. Creating backup archives
5.1 Backing up files and folders (file backup)
5.2 Backing up disks and partitions (image backup)
5.3.4 Database support
5.3.5 Compression level
5.3.6 Backup performance
5.3.7 Fast incremental/differential backup
5.3.8 Archive splitting
5.3.9 File-level security settings
5.3.10 Media components
5.3.11 Error handling
5.3.12 Dual destination backup
5.3.13 Additional settings
6.2 Restoring files and folders from file archives
6.3 Restoring disks/partitions or files from images
6.3.1 Starting the Restore Data Wizard
6.3.2 Archive selection
6.3.3 Restoration type selection
6.3.4 Selecting a disk/partition to restore
6.3.5 Restoring NT disk signature
6.3.6 Selecting a target disk/partition
6.3.7 Changing the restored partition type
6.3.8 Changing the restored partition file system
6.3.9 Changing the restored partition size and location
6.3.10 Assigning a letter to the restored partition
6.3.11 Restoring several disks or partitions at once
6.3.12 Using Acronis Universal Restore
6.3.13 Setting restore options
6.3.14 Restoration summary and executing restoration
6.4 Setting restore options
6.4.1 Files to exclude from restoration
6.4.2 Files overwriting mode
6.4.3 Pre/post commands
6.4.4 Restoration priority
6.4.5 File-level security settings
6.4.6 Specifying mass storage drivers
6.4.7 Additional settings
6.4.8 Error handling
6.5 Creating dynamic disks and volumes
6.5.1 Creating dynamic volumes
Chapter 7. Scheduling tasks
7.1 Creating scheduled tasks
7.1.1 Setting up daily execution
7.1.2 Setting up weekly execution
7.1.3 Setting up monthly execution
7.1.4 Setting up one-time execution
7.1.5 Setting up event-driven execution
7.2 Managing scheduled tasks
Chapter 8. Managing the Acronis Secure Zone
8.1 Creating Acronis Secure Zone
8.2 Resizing the Acronis Secure Zone
8.3 Changing the password for Acronis Secure Zone
8.4 Managing backups in the Acronis Secure Zone
8.5 Deleting Acronis Secure Zone
Chapter 9. Creating bootable media
9.1 Creating Acronis rescue media
9.2 Creating a Win PE ISO with Acronis True Image Echo Server
Chapter 10. Operations with archives
10.1 Validating backup archives
10.2 Exploring archives and mounting images
10.2.1 Exploring an archive
10.2.2 Mounting an image
10.2.3 Unmounting an image
10.3 Consolidating backups
Chapter 11. Notifications and event tracing
11.1 Email notification
11.2 WinPopup notification
11.3 Viewing logs
11.4 Event tracing
11.4.1 Windows event log
11.4.2 SNMP notifications
11.5 Managing System Restore
Chapter 12. Working with a virtual environment
12.1 Backing up data on virtual machines
12.2 Recovering data on virtual machines
12.3 Using the disk conversion feature
12.3.1 Recover data on the VM
12.3.2 Recover both data and the VM
12.3.3 Physical to virtual migration
12.3.4 Converting workloads
12. 4 Converting disk images to virtual disks
Chapter 13. Transferring the system to a new disk
13.1 General information
13.2 Security
13.3 Executing transfers
13.3.1 Selecting Clone mode
13.3.2 Selecting source disk
13.3.3 Selecting destination disk
13.3.4 Partitioned destination disk
13.3.5 Old and new disk partition layout
13.3.6 Old disk data
13.3.7 Destroying the old disk data
13.3.8 Selecting partition transfer method
13.3.9 Partitioning the old disk
13.3.10 Old and new disk partition layouts
13.3.11 Cloning summary
13.4 Cloning with manual partitioning
13.4.1 Old and new disk partition layouts
Chapter 14. Adding a new hard disk
14.1 Selecting a hard disk
14.2 Creating new partitions
14.3 Disk add summary
Chapter 15. Command-line mode and scripting
15.1 Working in the command-line mode
15.1.4 Trueimagecmd.exe usage examples
15.1.6 Adv_report.exe: a report generation tool
15.2 Scripting
15.2.1 Script execution parameters
15.2.2 Script structure
15.2.3 Script usage examples
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