Acronis True Image vs Macrium Reflect

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  1.    09 Oct 2017 #81

    I had Acronis installed it was ok. Got full paragon it was ok. Have Macruim and it's better.
    I had to use an Acronis uninstaller from therre site to do a full clean up.
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       09 Oct 2017 #82

    dcol said: View Post
    if I cannot test the restore in my working environment, Then why should I buy this product?
    The restore is the most important part of the backup system. Without it, backups are pointless.
    If I can get to files from other network devices, I should be able to get to the NAS as well. The NAS works fine with Acronis PE recovery media.
    It sounds like your missing a driver that recognizes your NAS it should have been picked up when you created your recovery media but apparently it didn't so you will have to add it too the Image before you finish creating the restore USB Thumb drive. I'm not familiar enough with NAS Network drivers but you probably know what I'm talking about since its your system.
    You might try creating the recovery USB Thumb Drive there is a stage that shows you the drivers that are being added, at that point if you don't see the driver for your NAS you can add it manually.
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  3.    10 Oct 2017 #83

    Actually there is a way to register on the forum. If you install the trial, not the free version, you get a license number that you can use to register on the forums.
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  4.    01 Feb 2018 #84

    cereberus said: View Post
    Another great feature using Macrium + viboot is the ability to easily take a current pc install, backup as a Macrium image, boot into it using Viboot, go to audit mode, and use sysprep to remove hardware drivers, then save image

    Then you can restore image to real or virtual machines different to the original host pc, and reinstall it. This gives you a simple means of deploying image across different devices.
    If you don't mind @cereberus, I know this is an old post but could you expand a little more on how you go about going into Audit Mode on an image that already has user accounts created in order to run sysprep?

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  5.    01 Feb 2018 #85

    KabyBlue said: View Post
    If you don't mind @cereberus, I know this is an old post but could you expand a little more on how you go about going into Audit Mode on an image that already has user accounts created in order to run sysprep?

    This tutorial gives you more details.
    Customize Windows 10 Image in Audit Mode with Sysprep Installation Upgrade Tutorials
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  6.    02 Feb 2018 #86

    Great tutorial...Very helpful. Thnx!
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  7.    05 Feb 2018 #87

    For what it's worth, I now use Macrium Reflect 7, Image for Windows 3.16, and I have Acronis True Image 2016 nonCloud version sitting around -- just in case :)
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