You can convert Acronis True Image Home 2010 TIB file to Windows backup VHD file and then mount it in Windows 7 without using Acronis True Image Home 2010

After applying Try&Decide changes reboot the computer before creating Acronis Secure Zone with allocating space for it from system partition

If you have Acronis True Image Echo Management Console installed on a machine with Active Directory and running Windows Server 2008, installation of remote components is impossible

If there are both ShadowProtect and Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 Agent for Windows installed on the same machine and you back up with VSS enabled, the incremental and differential backups will be of the same size as the full ones

The volume size limitation is 127 GB, and you cannot select SCSI interface

Copy the image chunks from CD or DVD discs to a local or external hard disk, or to a network share, and restore the files

Installation of Acronis Agent incorrectly modifies permissions for the DCOM netman service and changes its configuration in the Windows registry.

The task that you are trying to run was created under a different account and you do not have enough privileges to run it

Create a public folder in Microsoft Exchange Server to fix the issue

There are no logs for the recovery operation from online backup storage

Removing "Recent connections" is only possible through Windows Registry Editor

Make the system shut down or log off automatically using pre/post commands

Start TimounterMonitor.exe, and mount the image again

Tape cartridges are not loaded into a tape autoloader automatically

The recommendation is to set the task to run as Administrator

How to export the product's operation log in XML format

Click the "Refresh" button twice to make the archive on tape show in the wizard

Wie man das Log der Aktionen im xml Format exportiert.

Manually create the /mms directory and make sure the /tmp is not mounted with the "noexec" option

The list of operating systems Acronis Recovery for MS Exchange Agent and Acronis Recovery for MS Exchange Management Console support

Attribute ID: 177 (0xB1)


Wear Leveling Count (chip) S.M.A.R.T. parameter indicates the worst case erase count.


This parameter is considered informational by the most hardware vendors. Although degradation of this parameter can be an indicator of drive aging and/or potential electromechanical problems, it does not directly indicate imminent drive failure. Regular backup is recommended. Pay closer attention to other parameters and overall drive health.