47259: Acronis Snap Deploy 5: New Features and Enhancements

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  • Updated multicast protocol that enables up to 5 times faster deployment (compared to Acronis Snap Deploy 4) to multiple machines across a network
  • Support for Windows 8.1 including Update 1 and Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Support for stand-alone deployment to Microsoft Surface Pro tablets
  • Compatibility with backups created by Acronis Backup 11.5
  • Deployment of Linux to UEFI machines (no BIOS <-> UEFI migration)
  • The Acronis Universal Deploy feature is now included in all Acronis Snap Deploy 5 licenses
  • The Acronis Universal Deploy feature is now available for Linux
  • New Linux kernel version (3.11.6) in Linux-based bootable media. The new kernel makes for better hardware support
  • (Update 1) Online deployment: deployment onto live machines running Windows
  • (Update 1) Optional installation of Acronis Snap Deploy Management Agent onto deployed systems
  • (Update 1) "Do nothing" option for post-deployment actions: deployed system remains idle and connected to Acronis OS Deploy Server after the deployment completes. Useful when you need to deploy more than 1 disk onto the target system
  • (Update 1) Acronis PXE Server supports UEFI
  • (Update 1) 32-bit UEFI systems (tablets) support
  • (Update 1) Removed an option to automatically failback to Unicast deployment method
  • (Update 2) Support for Windows 10
  • (Update 2) Support for creation of 64-bit WinPE-based bootable media
  • (Update 2) Support for WinPE 6.0
  • (Update 3) Support for Windows Server 2016
  • (Update 3) Compatibility with backups created by Acronis Backup 11.7
  • (Update 3) Support for imaging and deployment of systems with the enabled Secure Boot
  • (Update 3) All components of Acronis Snap Deploy 5 are now fully compatible with Windows 10
  • (Update 4) Export and import of individual deployment settings.
  • (Update 4) Support for the Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK) for Windows 10, versions 1703, 1803, and 1809.
  • (Update 4) Acronis Snap Deploy 5 Standalone Utility can be included in WinPE-based bootable media.
  • (Update 4) Support for the /resize parameter in the deploy command of Acronis Snap Deploy 5 Command-Line Utility (asdcmd). This parameter is an equivalent of the Disk space utilization setting in a deployment template.
  • (Update 5) Sector-by-sector imaging mode
  • (Update 5) Support for the Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK) for Windows 10, version 1903
  • (Update 5) Support for Windows Server 2019


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